Report: Fairfield U. intruder says cops are '50 shades of peanut butter and jelly'
Published 12:57 pm, Monday, February 16, 2015
A 49-year-old Norwalk woman was charged with trespassing Sunday on the Fairfield University campus, a few days after she was warned to stay off the property at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on the Old Post Road.
Megan O. Switzer, of Couch Street in Norwalk, was charged with first-degree criminal trespass and interfering with an officer.
Police were called by campus security personnel around 3:30 p.m. Sunday when Switzer was found on the third floor of the campus center. She apparently had been warned previously to stay off the campus, according to the report, but refused several requests by security to leave the building. Switzer began yelling and screaming, according to the report, disturbing students who were studying. She had to be physically escorted off the property by police and campus officers, according to the report, while yelling that police are "50 shades of peanut butter and jelly!"
On Feb. 11, officers were called to St. Paul's Episcopal Church because Switzer was in the church kitchen and refusing to leave, police said. She said he had the pastor's permission to be there, but police were told that she did not have that permission, and had been previously warned to stay off the property. She was not on scene when police arrived, and was not charged.
Bond was set at $5,000 and Switzer is scheduled to appear Feb. 26 at state Superior Court in Bridgeport.