Police Watch [8/13 – 8/20]

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:


Joyce Mazur, 52, of Norwalk was arrested Aug. 6 and charged with driving while under the influence and failure to drive in the proper lane. Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident at 55 Railroad Avenue, where the accused displayed signs of intoxication. After allegedly refusing to submit to field sobriety tests, Mazur was placed under arrest. She was later released on $250 bond and was due in court Aug. 13.


Jeffrey Maignan, 26, of Stamford was arrested for driving while under the influence Aug. 7. Police responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident on Putnam Green in Byram, where the accused allegedly displayed signs of intoxication upon exiting his vehicle. Police claim Maignan was unable to pass sobriety tests at the scene and was arrested. He was unable to post $250 bond and was remanded to the GPD cell block. He is due in court on Aug. 21.


Esvin Urizar, 37, of Norwalk was arrested Aug. 9 and charged with driving while under the influence, failure to drive right, driving without a license, interfering with an officer and forgery. Police report that the accused’s vehicle was seen crossing the double yellow line on Delavan Avenue while traveling east, leading to a motor vehicle stop. The accused displayed red glassy eyes and an odor associated with the consumption of alcohol, and allegedly failed sobriety tests at the scene. Additionally, police claim that Urizar provided a false name at the scene, and after a DMV inquiry it was determined that Urizar does not possess a valid driver’s license. After being arrested the accused was unable to post his $5,000 bond, and is being held in the GPD cell block with an Aug. 25 court date.


Arnulfo Maradiaga, 37, of Stamford was arrested Aug. 15 and charged with forgery and two counts of larceny. An arrest warrant for Maradiaga was issued Aug. 6 in relation to an ongoing case in which several checks were stolen, forged and cashed at Checking Cashing Plus of 6 North Water Street. Maradiaga turned himself in to police after being notified of the warrant for his arrest, but was unable to post the $5,000 bond. He was held in police custody and is due at Stamford Superior Court Aug. 22.


Reiny Arrington, 23, of Stamford was arrested Aug. 15 and charged with larceny. Police responded to Fjord Fisheries on a report that Arrington, an employee, had taken cash from the register during a transaction, and had placed it with her belongings in an attempt to steal it. She was unable to post her $100 bond and was held at the police department. She was assigned a court date of Aug. 22.


Daniel Navarrete, 50, of Stamford was arrested Aug. 14 and charged with driving with a suspended license, failure to obey weight restrictions and a subsequent charge of driving without a license. Police conducted a motor vehicle stop of the accused’s vehicle on Indian Field Road in regard to the area’s four-ton weight limit. Police claim the vehicle was listed at 13,000 pounds, surpassing the limit by several tons. The accused was unable to provide a valid U.S. driver’s license and was shown to have suspended driving status due to a DUI arrest. Navarette was placed under arrest, but posted $250 cash bond for his release. He is due in court Aug. 28 at the Stamford Superior Court.


A 50-year-old Greenwich man was arrested Aug. 16 for violating a court-ordered protective order. Police claim the accused violated a protective order set one week earlier by coming within 100 yards of the protected party. He posted $2,500 bond and was due in court Aug. 18


A 32-year-old Greenwich woman was arrested for disorderly conduct Aug. 16. Police claim that the accused began to shove her husband as he attempted to leave in the midst of an argument. She was issued a misdemeanor summons to appear at the Stamford Superior Court Aug. 18


George Sandor, 50, of 339 Delavan Avenue was arrested Aug. 17 and charged with driving with a suspended license and failure to keep right on a curve. Police claim they saw the accused’s vehicle cross the double yellow lines while turning along Clapboard Ridge Road, leading to a motor vehicle stop. During the stop police discovered that Sandor’s license had been suspended due to multiple prior incidents, including a DUI arrest. He paid $2,500 bond and is due in court Sept. 1.

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