Cops: Man got disorderly after e-mail discovery

Thomas Riggs, 57, of New York, N.Y., was charged with disorderly conduct after he allegedly argued with his girlfriend about e-mails Saturday.

Riggs was apparently upset about e-mails he found on the woman's laptop, police said. A physical struggle for the laptop reportedly ensued, with Riggs allegedly leaving the Mill Hill Terrace house with the laptop.

The laptop was subsequently returned after Riggs came to police headquarters. He was released on $100 bond, and was scheduled to appear Monday in Bridgeport Superior Court.

Vehicle break-in at supermarket

A gray 2009 Ford Explorer was broken into near the parking lot of the Super Stop & Shop supermarket at 766 Villa Ave. last Friday. Police said one of the vehicle's windows was broken, and the passenger side was dented, causing damage to the vehicle worth approximately $1,000.

An iPhone worth $600, a Garmin GPS device worth $200, and school books worth a total of $670 were also reportedly taken from the vehicle.

There are no suspects, and the incident is under investigation.

Boat stands swiped on Szost Drive

Four metal boat stands worth a total of $200 were reportedly stolen from the driveway of a residence at 136 Szost Drive on Sept. 27 between the 6 a.m. and 5 p.m.

There are no suspects, and the incident is under investigation.

`Door-stop' wallet stolen

A brown leather Tommy Hilfiger wallet was reported stolen from Connecticut Driving School, 1755 Post Road, on Sept. 20.

The complainant said the wallet had been used to prop open a door at the premises. The wallet reportedly held approximately $130 in cash, a Citibank credit card and a driver's license.

There are no suspects, and the incident is under investigation.

Car break-in reported at movie complex

A black 2010 Audi Q5 was broken into last Friday between 4 and 6 p.m. at Fairfield Cinemas, 40 Black Rock Turnpike. Police said a passenger window was smashed, causing $300 worth of damage.

An iPod Touch worth $200, a clutch purse worth $50 and $60 in cash were also taken from the vehicle, police said.

There are no suspects, and the incident is under investigation.