Police: 20-Year-Old Man Charged with Violating a Protective Order

Police on Saturday arrested a 20-year-old Milford man by warrant and charged him with violation of a protective order. 

The order had been issued following an arrest in Milford involving James Myers of Spindrift Lane and a victim, according to a police report. Police here learned of the violation on Sept. 3 and at about 11 p.m. on Sept. 13, the Milford Police Department contacted NCPD to say they had Myers in custody. According to Connecticut Judicial Branch records, Milford Police on Aug.

Police Chief: Thefts from Unlocked Cars in New Canaan 

Police on Friday received complaints of multiple unlocked vehicles that had been entered early that morning, officials said. Items stolen from the vehicles on Summit Ridge and Field Crest Roads include cellphone chargers, loose change, a laptop computer, medication, checks and clothes, according to New Canaan Police Chief Leon Krolikowski. “It is probable that these crimes are being committed by gang members,” Krolikowski said in a press release. “Many towns in Fairfield County are experiencing similar crimes.”

New Canaan and other are towns are regularly targeted by car thieves and others, officials have said. The latest news comes days after police arrested a pair of Connecticut residents in connection with residential burglaries in eastern New Canaan.


Police: New Canaan Man, 45, Charged in Drunken Attempt To Enter Someone Else’s Home

Police after midnight Sunday arrested a 45-year-old New Canaan man found trying to enter a residence on Main Street. At about 2:31 a.m. on Sept. 15, officers were dispatched to the residence on a report of the attempt, according to a police report. The people who live there were woken up by their dogs barking and found the man, a Valley Road resident, trying to get in, the report said. The man showed signs of intoxication and didn’t cooperate with police and investigators who tried to figure out why he was trying to get into someone else’s home, it said.

Two Arrested for Residential Burglaries in New Canaan

Police on Friday arrested a Connecticut man and woman by warrant in connection with five residential burglaries reported last month in New Canaan. Daniel Perez, 34, of Derby, and Alessandra Sillo, 33, of Shelton, each were charged with five counts of third-degree burglary and conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary, as well as third-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit third-degree larceny and two counts of sixth-degree larceny and conspiracy to commit sixth-degree larceny. The burglaries had occurred in the northeast section of New Canaan and a suspect was identified when surveillance video from one of them captured an image of a dark-colored Ford Mustang leaving a targeted residence, according to a police report. 

Following a New Canaan Police investigation that included assistance from the Wilton Police Department, authorities obtained a search warrant for Perez and Sillo’s home in Shelton, the report said. There, on Sept. 6, New Canaan investigators and Shelton Police searched the home at 185 Coram Ave., and found items inside that had been reported stolen from New Canaan homes last month, it said.

24-Year-Old Man Arrested After Police Find Drugs in His Lost Wallet

Police last week arrested a 24-year-old man after finding a drugs in his lost wallet. At about 6:50 p.m. on Aug. 28, an officer was dispatched to the lobby of police headquarters on a report of a lost wallet that had been found at the train station downtown, officials said. The officer looked through the wallet in order to identify its owner, and found it to be the Brooklyn, N.Y. man, according to a police report. In the search of the wallet, police found a powdery substance in a small plastic bag in its billfold area that later tested positive for methamphetamines, the report said.