Police Watch – July 10th to July 16

Police do not release the names of those 17 years old and younger because they are protected as juveniles or youthful offenders. The Post does not publish the names of those arrested in domestic violence incidents to protect the identities of the victims. The following are this week’s arrests:


Henry Scalcon, 20, of 62 Alexander Street was arrested on an active warrant for larceny in the third degree. The accused was arrested at the Milford Police Department, transported to Greenwich and ultimately  released on $500 bond. Scalcon was due in court July 11.


Larry Williams, 66, of Stamford was arrested July 5 and charged with driving while under the influence and failure to drive right. Police claim that Williams’s vehicle straddled the white line between the two lanes meant for eastbound travel on West Putnam Avenue and conducted a motor vehicle stop. The accused allegedly displayed signs of intoxication and failed sobriety tests. He was able to post $250 bond and was issued a court date of July 14 at Stamford Superior Court.


A 34-year-old Greenwich man was arrested and charged with assault and disorderly conduct July 7. Police responded to a report of possible domestic violence, and a neighbor claimed to hear an altercation and screams for help at the scene. Officers at the scene identified the accused as the aggressor in the incident and placed him under arrest. He was released from custody on $1,000 bond and was due in court July 8.


Theresa Harrington, 52, of 300 Delavan Avenue Apt. 3 was arrested July 10 near the Byram Firehouse in relation to active warrants. The warrant states that Harrington failed to appear at the Stamford Superior Court May 29 to respond to charges of creating a public disturbance and criminal mischief. She was able to post a combined $750 bond for the charges and is due in court again on July 18.


Yerald Fermin, 18, of Port Chester, N.Y., was arrested July 12 and charged with risk of injury to a minor, criminal trespassing and hindering prosecution. Police responded to an anonymous tip that three males would be riding their bikes from Port Chester to attempt to break into cars around Steamboat Road. When an officer attempted to identify three young men matching the informant’s description, the three allegedly fled onto I-95 in the opposite direction of traffic. Two of them discarded their bikes on the highway, but officers managed to locate the third at a private marina, leading to the discovery of all three young men in hiding. Fermin, the only legal adult among the group, was released on $200 bond and assigned a court date of July 21 at the Stamford Superior Court. Lieutenant Kraig Gray says that charges against the two juvenile subjects are forthcoming.


Henrry Chaguay-Piguave, 42, of Stamford was arrested July 11 and charged with failure to appear and failure to respond in relation to two active warrants. Police claim the accused failed to appear in both Bridgeport and Stamford Superior Court for motor vehicle charges, and was arrested during a motor vehicle stop in Byram. Chaguay-Piguave was unable to post the combined $5,500 bond and is being held in police custody. Pending bond he has been assigned a July 18 court date.

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