Sean Joyce, 38, of Brooklyn, N.Y. was charged with disorderly conduct after a dispute with his girlfriend in her car while they were traveling southbound on I-95 Sunday, May 20.
Darien Police responded to a call from Jake's Place, 4 Ledge Road, about a woman who was having car trouble near the restaurant. The woman, Joyce's girlfriend, also called 911, police said.
Joyce's girlfriend told police she got into an argument with Joyce, he hit and broke the rearview mirror and windshield wiper control in her car, and struck her right arm in the process. After determining her car was unsafe to drive without a rearview mirror, Joyce's girlfriend got off exit 10 near Jake's Place. She told police Joyce got out of the car and walked toward Heights Road.
According to the report, police found Joyce on the westbound platform of Noroton Heights train station. Joyce admitted to having an argument with his girlfriend and breaking the mirror and windshield wiper control in her car, but denied hitting her by accident or intentionally.
Police reported no visible marks on the victim's arm.
Joyce posted a $250 bond and has a court date of May 22.