Christopher Tuccinardi, 21, of 5 Fillow St., Norwalk, was arrested Oct. 9 on charges of operating a vehicle with a suspended license, failure to return suspended registration, failure to insure the vehicle, possession of less than 4 ounces of marijuana, sale of a hallucinogenic and narcotic, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A Darien police officer on duty using a license plate reader on the Post Road pulled Tuccinardi over after learning his registration was suspended, according to the report.
The officer said he smelled burnt marijuana and asked Tuccinardi if he had any contraband in the car, police said. According to the report, Tuccinardi produced three glass pipes, or bongs, and a silver and black grinder that had a green, leafy residue inside that was determined to be marijuana.
The officer again asked if Tuccinardi had anything else in the vehicle, so he pointed at a blue, plastic container on the floor of the passenger side that contained three small sandwich bags with marijuana and a small digital scale, according to the report. There was a total of 2.01 ounces of marijuana in the bags, police said.
Police said Tuccinardi also admitted to selling marijuana to his friends in Norwalk.
He was released on $1,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 21.