Published 1:04 am, Thursday, June 10, 2010
Labinot Pergjoni, 25, of Stamford, was charged with possession of marijuana at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, June 1. According to police Pergjoni was involved in a near collision on Hoyt Street near Greenwood Avenue, and an officer stopped him in his 1998 Honda Accord on Greenwood Avenue shortly after. When the officer approached the vehicle, he observed the odor of marijuana, police said. The officer then found a glass vile containing approximately 1 gram of marijuana on the front seat, police said. Pergjoni was released on a promise to appear in court on Monday, June 14.
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Emma Goff, 20, of Bronxville, N.Y., was charged with breach of peace following a domestic violence incident, which also involved a 19-year-old Darien man at 5:18 p.m. on Wednesday, June 2. The incident took place at the parking lot of Matsuri Restaurant, 390 Post Road, police said. Goff was released on a promise to appear in court the following day.
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A Crimmins Road resident reported $2,080 worth of jewelry stolen on Sunday, June 6. According to police the jewelry was last seen in a jewelry box in the second-floor master bedroom on May 20. The resident noticed the items missing on Thursday, June 3, and continued looking for the jewelry before contacting the police. The following items were listed as missing: three men's gold bracelets, valued at $450 each; a men's 18-carat gold engagement ring, valued at $450; a Stamford High School class of 1973 class ring, valued at $250; and another gold ring, valued at $30. There were no signs of forced entry; the incident is still under investigation, according to police.
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Guadalupe Partida, 39, of Norwalk, was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to drive right at 2:19 a.m. Sunday, June 6. An officer observed a 2003 Ford Expedition driving westbound on Tokeneke at a slow rate of speed; the vehicle crossed over the double-yellow line four times, according to police. When the officer stopped the car, he observed that Partida had glassy bloodshot eyes, and there was a heavy odor of alcohol according to police. She failed her field sobriety test. According to Capt. Fred Komm, her bond was set at $1,000 because she had a prior arrest in 1998 for illegally entering in the country, and she was deemed a possible flight risk. She posted bond and is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday, June 16.
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Margaret VanLoan, 28, of 61 Edgerton St., was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to drive right on the morning of Sunday, June 6. Police responded to a residence on Old Farm Road at 6:52 a.m. after receiving complaints about a loud party, according to the report. When officers arrived at the residence, the party was over, but a woman on the scene told officers that she had been struck on the right thigh by a Jeep Wrangler passing by her in the parking lot, police said. The woman was uninjured, but gave officers the license plate number for the SUV, according to police.
At 7:31 a.m., an officer observed a Wrangler matching the description take a wide right turn onto Tokeneke from Cliff Avenue and cross over the double-yellow line a couple times, police said. The officer stopped VanLoan, who was operating the Jeep, on Cliff Avenue, at which point he observed the strong odor of alcohol on her person, police said. VanLoan, who had turned 28 the day before, failed her field sobriety test and posted a $250 bond. She is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday, June 16. The woman who was struck on the scene did not press charges, police said.