Fairfield Police reports
Published 5:36 pm, Tuesday, September 14, 2010
Text message feud
leads to arrest
Police arrested a woman after she allegedly assaulted her boyfriend Saturday.
Suzanne Brower, 21, of Rockville Center, N.Y., and her boyfriend were driving from a Fairfield restaurant to the Fairfield University campus when the woman reportedly became incensed at a text message sent to her boyfriend by another woman, police said. The woman yelled, kicked and scratched her boyfriend's face and neck, witnesses sitting in the back seat told police.
Brower was charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct, and scheduled to appear Sept. 13 in Bridgeport Superior Court.
at Bronson Road home
Clothing and other possessions were reported stolen during at break-in at a Bronson Road home last week.
The resident told police that she believes the house was entered between Sept. 5 and 10. There was apparently no forced entry.
The victim reported that a number of items were stolen from the residence, including 20 to 30 articles of clothing valued at total of $500, as well as a brown, bifold leather wallet valued at $50, a Social Security card; credit cards, a few dollars in paper bills, a Black and Decker worth $50, a weather light valued at $50 and a Bank of America checkbook belonging to her son.
Police said there are no suspects and the incident is under investigation.
Incident with kids
prompts `risk' charges
A Fairfield man was arrested Sunday after a roadway incident involving his children.
According to a witness from a nearby residence, the man brought his work van to an abrupt halt around 7 p.m. in the middle of the westbound lane on Kings Highway East. He removed his 7-year-old daughter from her car seat and slammed her against his lap. At the same time, he rapped his fist against the dashboard and screamed profanities.
Constantine Labrasciano, 56, of Bungalow Avenue, was charged with two counts of risk of injury to a minor and interfering with an officer.
When police arrived, Labrasciano refused to answer questions about the incident. His 6-year-old son reportedly complained of stomach pains caused by the impact of the sudden stop.
Labrasciano was held on $10,000 bond and scheduled to appear Monday in Bridgeport Superior Court.
Boat vandalized on land
A Grady White boat parked on Eastbourne Road near Pumpkin Pre-School was vandalized Saturday. The cabin door was reportedly found ripped off and lying on the deck floor. The damage is estimated at approximately $200. The incident is under investigation, police said.
Tires, wheels stolen
Tires and wheels of several used Infiniti G37 coupes parked at 2269 Post Road were stolen between Saturday evening and Monday morning, according to police. The perpetrators apparently smashed the passenger-side windows to access the wheel locks inside the vehicles.
Total damage to the vehicles is estimated at more than $10,000. There are no suspects.
Cops: Bicycle thieves
on a roll
Two children's bicycles were reported stolen from the back yard of a Pierce Street residence Saturday. One bicycle was red and black, and the other was blue and silver.
Each bike is valued at around $100. There are no suspects or witnesses in the incident, police said.
Meanwhile, a red girl's Schwinn bicycle was reported stolen from a Church Hill Street residence Sunday. Police said a neighbor observed two suspects take the bike and head toward Grasmere Avenue. The bike is valued at approximately $50.
And a boy's Trek 3500 mountain bike was reported stolen from the driveway of a Shoreham Terrace residence on Sunday. The bike is valued at around $400.
Hostess arrested for raucous beach party
Sarah Kennedy, 21, was charged with disorderly conduct Friday after allegedly hosting a large and raucous party at 713 Fairfield Beach Road. Kennedy is scheduled to appear Sept. 20 in Bridgeport Superior Court.
on Fairfield U. campus
Police said a Fairfield University student reported a larceny at her North Benson Road campus residence Saturday.
The victim and her roommates were allegedly followed by five males back to their Townhouse residence at about 2 a.m. Saturday.
The men were then asked to leave by the victim and her roommates. Several minutes later, the victim reported that a BlackBerry Bold valued at around $500 was taken from the kitchen table of her residence.