Greenwich Police Arrest Roundup
Recent arrests made by Greenwich Police include suspects charged in assault cases and for having a weapon in a motor vehicle.
A Port Chester, NY man wanted for first-degree failure to appear in court on an assault charge surrendered to police on April 14. According to a police report, Bryan Pewe Cruz, 24, of Armett Street, Port Chester, was named in a warrant issued March 19. He is accused of not appearing in court on second-degree breach of peace and conspiracy to commit second-degree assault in connection with an Aug. 24, 2009 incident in Greenwich. He was released after posting a $75,000 bond and is scheduled to appear May 1 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
A motorist stopped by police about 5:30 p.m. April 19 on West Putnam Avenue was charged with weapons in a motor vehicle. Omar F. Reynoso, 24, of West Street, Port Chester, is accused of having a police baton in his vehicle. Police also found that Norwalk Police had obtained an arrest warrant charging him with issuing a bad check over $1,000. Reynoso posted a $25 bond on the weapons charge and was released to the custody of Norwalk Police.
According to the CT Judicial Branch website, the bad check charge stems from an October 2012 incident. Reynoso was released on a $1,500 bond and scheduled to be arraigned April 29 in state Superior Court in Norwalk, according to the Judicial Branch.
A Greenwich woman is facing charges following an argument and the assault of her boyfriend, according to a police report.
Ashley Ann Bones, 18, of Chestnut Street, Greenwich was arrested April 17 following the incident at the boyfriend's home. She is charged with third-degree assault, interfering with a 911 call and third-degree criminal mischief. She posted a $1,000 bond and is scheduled to appear June 3 in state Superior Court in Stamford, according to the CT Judicial Branch website.
A Byram Terrace resident surrendered to Greenwich Police who obtained an arrest warrant charging him with second-degree assault and interfering in connection with a March 8 incident.
Coleman Kortner, 41, surrendered to police on April 17. He was released on a $5,000 bond and is scheduled to appear April 24 in state Superior Court in Stamford.