DARIEN — Police are reminding residents to respond to tickets or else face a court warrant.

On June 27 around 3 p.m., Colin Corcoran, 19, of Homewood Lane, went to Darien police headquarters after missing an assigned court date. Police found Corcoran had a warrant out for his arrest for failing to respond to an infraction.

Corcoran was taken into custody, processed and released on a $228 bond. He was given a July 10 court date.

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A message from the Darien police

The Darien Police remind people that when issued an infraction, you must either pay or plead by the date on the ticket. Failure to do so will result in a bench (court based) warrant being entered for you for the above charge. Once the warrant is entered, your next interaction with police anywhere in Connecticut will result in your being arrested on the strength of the warrant.