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Pound of Pot Delivered to Fairfield Office

And other police reports from the weekend.

Pound of Pot Delivered to Fairfield Office Pound of Pot Delivered to Fairfield Office

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A Branford man was arrested on narcotics violations early Monday following an investigation that began in May, police said.

Stuart Rosenberg, 63, of Rockland Park in Branford, turned himself in at Fairfield police headquarters. He was charged with possession of more than four ounces of marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to sell, police said.

The investigation began on May 18, when a Fedex package for Rosenberg arrived at his place of work, an office on Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield. Rosenberg, who was on vacation, reportedly told a coworker to sign for the package.

The coworker signed for the package and opened it, revealing approximately one pound of marijuana, police said. The colleague turned the package over to police.

Rosenberg was interviewed by police when he returned from vacation, department spokesperson Sgt. Sue Lussier said. He told police the package was from a friend and it was supposed to contain paperwork.

Police applied for a warrant for Rosenberg's arrest and he turned himself in on Monday. He is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 13.


A couple was arrested late Friday after a verbal argument they were reportedly having at a party turned physical, police said.

Jaclyn Antzoulis, 29, of Garden Drive in Fairfield and John Deacutis, 28, of Capital Ave in Bridgeport were both charged with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault after a witness called police to the scene.

According to the police report, Antzoulis and Deacutis were at a party at Szost Drive when they started to argue. They reportedly pushed, hit, and grabbed each other before Antzoulis left in a Dodge Neon and Deacutis, shirtless, started to walk away from the scene. Police caught up with both and detained them.

Police noted scratches on Deacutis' chest and bruises on Antzoulis' arm. Both were released after posting $5,000 bonds and were scheduled to have appeared in court on Monday.


A woman and a teen from Bridgeport were arrested Friday after they allegedly attempted to shoplift merchandise from Bob's on the Post Road, police said.  

Crystal Renee Sanchez, 22, and a 17-year-old were reportedly caught on surveillance video putting shoes and jeans into bags and then allegedly attempted to leave without paying for the items, according to the report.

Sanchez allegedly took a pair of kid's Nikes and a pair of Converse -- the shoes totaled $87. The teen attempted to swipe a pair of black jeans and two pairs of Converse shoes for a total of $150.

Police detained the woman and teen and charged them each with sixth-degree larceny.  Bob's employees believe a man was involved in the attempted theft but had left before police; police are trying to determine who the third suspect is.

The juvenile was turned over to her mother and is scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 10. Sanchez was released on a promise to appear in court on Aug. 15.


Police arrested a man Sunday who allegedly attempted to steal $310 worth of gum and the baby formula Enfamel from the on Kings Highway Cut Off.

Shawn Costello, 30, who told police he is homeless, was detained as he ran through the grocery store parking lot toward Public Storage, police said. Stop & Shop employees told police they saw Costello conceal the goods in plastic bags; he then allegedly walked out without paying.

Costello told police he had swallowed five bags of crack when they apprehended him. He was transported to St. Vincent's Medical Center, where doctors confirmed Costello did not actually swallow any bags of cracks, police said.

Costello was held on a $500 bond. His court date was not included in the police report.

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