Police Arrest Watch [10/2 – 10/9]

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:


Blaine Wilkes, 42, of Norwalk was arrested Sept. 30 and charged with driving while under the influence and driving an unregistered vehicle. Police responded to the report of a motor vehicle accident near Ettl Lane and Suttro Place, where they then discovered the accused. Wilkes allegedly displayed signs of intoxication to police, appearing lethargic and unsteady while smelling of alcohol. Police claim that she was unable to pass field sobriety tests, and her vehicle’s registration had expired in December 2012. Wilkes was able to post bond and was due in Stamford Superior Court Oct. 8.


A 38-year-old Greenwich man was arrested and charged with two counts of disorderly conduct Oct. 1. Police claim the accused had pushed two family members while intoxicated. He was placed under arrest and was due in court Oct 2.


Ashleigh Singer, 29, of 51 Forest Avenue in Old Greenwich was arrested Oct. 3 and charged  with burglary, criminal trespassing, larceny, and two counts of credit card theft. Singer surrendered herself to police after a warrant for her arrest. The warrant was related to the burglary of a King Street residence in September. Singer managed to post $5,000 cash bond and is due in court Oct. 10.


Angel Chub, 50, of Norwalk was arrested Oct. 4 and charged with forgery, driving with a suspended license, driving without a license, interfering with an officer, and failure to maintain lane. Police conducted a traffic stop after the accused was allegedly seen weaving between lanes on West Putnam Avenue. The accused identified himself as Jilberto Garcia when stopped and told police that he did not possess a driver’s license, leading to his arrest. However, upon attempting to process the accused, police discovered that his name was in fact Angel Chub, and that his license had been suspended indefinitely. Chub subsequently received additional charges. He was able to post $200 bond and is due in Stamford Superior Court Oct. 14.


Jose Leme, 50, and Adriane Silva, 43, both of 6 Booth Court, were arrested Oct. 4 for failure to maintain insurance. A warrant for Leme’s arrest was issued in relation to an Aug. 21 accident on Ritch Avenue. Leme posted $1,000 bond, while Silva was released on a promise to appear. Both are due court Oct. 15.


A 54-year-old Greenwich man was arrested Oct. 6 and charged with disorderly conduct. Police claim the accused became involved in a physical confrontation with his girlfriend’s 19-year-old daughter. Police claim the man attempted to wrestle a cell phone away from the young woman while he was intoxicated. He was issued a misdemeanor summons and released on a promise to appear in court later that day.

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