Police charged a Stamford man with possession of narcotics, criminal impersonation, interfering with an officer, speeding, operating with a suspended license and operating an unregistered motor vehicle on Sept. 26.
Police said they clocked Parim Vrzivoli, 32, of 631 Fairfield Ave., doing 52 in a 30 mph zone on Hoyt Street at 9:45 p.m. Police said they stopped the vehicle on Hoyt Street in the area of Phillips Lane.
When speaking with the officer, Vrzivoli identified himself as Blerim Vrzivoli, but the officers noticed an insurance document with the name Parim Vzrivoli on it. When confronted with the discrepancy, he said he used a relative's name because his license was suspended.
Police searched Vzrivoli and found three Oxycontin pills in his pants pocket.
He posted a $500 bond and was assigned a court date on Oct. 9