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Unusual arrests from around Fairfield County

Drunk dialing, dropped ducklings, and dental theft.

Unusual arrests from around Fairfield County

 

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 following the sound of their mother's quacks accidentally fell into a storm drain on Main Street in Monroe on May 24. The Monroe Animal Control officer who handled the call said, "The mother was going nuts." She rescued the ducklings one-by-one with the help of a Public Works employee and several pedestrians.

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A Monroe man was arrested on a warrant May 23 for allegedly and hanging up 21 times.

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A Monroe man arrested for  on Saturday used his one phone call to call the person he is not supposed to contact, leading to a second arrest on the same charge.

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Two men were arrested  outside of Marisa's Ristorante in Trumbull.

Police said they were fighting near the roadway and were initially uncooperative. 

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Westport police arrested a West Haven man who allegedly  from a local Walgreens. 

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 from the beach at Samp Mortar in Fairfield over Memorial Day weekend.  

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A Norwalk woman tried to claim an iPhone app showed her she was sober enough to drive—as police arrested her for  having an alleged .134 blood alcohol level.

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A Stamford man  double parked across two handicapped parking spots was arrested when investigating officers found he didn’t have a license, but did allegedly have bags of marijuana, crack cocaine and heroin.

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An 11-year-old boy was arrested for  shooting his young female neighbors with a BB gun from a second story window while the girls were swimming in a backyard pool. He was relinquished to his parents custody.

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New Canaan police arrested a 59 year old man on May 28 for  allegedly resisting arrest and leaving his three dogs in his car for roughly 50 minutes. The temperature on that day was 84 degrees.

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Three teens stranded on a reef due to rising tides at one of Fairfield’s beaches .

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An unmarked white van pulled up to a lone, wild turkey one Monday morning in Wilton. Then, a shotgun emerged from the passenger window. . 

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A Cos Cob—pilfering property from the remains of their fire-ravaged home, according to Greenwich Police.

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A woman accused of shoplifting nearly $1,000 worth of groceries from the Stop & Shop in Fairfield.

About this column: The week's most unusual arrests from around Fairfield County. The information above was provided by area police departments. Neither arrests nor charges indicate a conviction, and neither means that a person is guilty of what police allege.

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