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Man Urinates in Trash Can at Police Station

Unusual arrests and investigations from throughout the area.

Man Urinates in Trash Can at Police Station


A 38-year-old Mississippi man who had just been released from Darien police custody after he was arrested on a charge of violating the town's soliciting ordinance in the police headquarters lobby, according to police. Police say they have video of him urinating into a trash receptacle.

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A Bridgeport man was allegedly in Trumbull. Police said he told the officer he was changing clothes and didn't wear underwear, but underwear was found under his seat, police said.

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A Westport woman  at a Stamford pawn shop.

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A man, whom Greenwich Police say was drunk, was arrested Wednesday evening after parked in front of a Riverside liquor shop.

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provided police a lead to find the suspects responsible for $75,000 worth of damage on the club's golf course.

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to an office on Black Rock Turnpike in Fairfield.

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A 48-year-old Stratford man was issued an infraction this week for reportedly from the driver's seat of his car then speeding off.

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A Darien school custodian was charged with with breach of peace on an accusation he squeezed the hand of an elementary school teacher .

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A 32-year-old Stamford woman , according to Scarsdale police. An officer witnessed the woman in a 2002 Volkswagen Beetle driving into the police lot the wrong way. She told police that she entered the police parking lot to "sleep it off."

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A car driving on Black Rock Turnpike in Redding on August 2 , causing the airbag to deploy, but the driver kept going until the vehicle broke down on Pocahontas Road, according to police.

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