Cops: Intoxicated woman found passed out in snow outside Fairfield Beach bash
Published 1:02 pm, Monday, February 10, 2014
After a bloodied taxi cab passenger told police he had been injured early Sunday during a scuffle at a large party on Fairfield Beach Road, officers set to the scene found a young woman passed out in the snow and barely breathing.
The incident unfolded around 12:15 a.m. Sunday when a Yellow Cab driver called police to report that he had just dropped off an injured passenger on Reef Road, and the young man was walking toward the parking garage behind the Fairfield University Bookstore.
Police said the man appeared to be intoxicated, and he told officers he had been in a fight at a Fairfield Beach Road party, but refused to disclose any more information and did not want to press charges. He was taken to Bridgeport Hospital for evaluation.
Officers then headed to Fairfield Beach Road where they found Alexander Cramer, 22, of Annapolis, Md., hosting a large party at 1027 Fairfield Beach Road. The police report indicates the party was "loud and disruptive." Cramer was issued a misdemeanor summons for disorderly conduct.
As police were dispersing party goers -- some of whom fled the scene through neighboring Fairfield Beach Road yards -- they found an intoxicated woman lying in the snow. Police said she was "barely responsive" and was taken by ambulance to St. Vincent's Medical Center in Bridgeport.
Cramer was released on a $100 bond and is scheduled to appear Feb. 18 in Bridgeport Superior Court.