Woman ticketed after striking bicyclist

FAIRFIELD — Nicole Gallias, 33, of South Benson Road, was issued a ticket for failure to grant the right of way, after she struck a bicyclist Monday evening in the intersection of Lovers Lane and Jennings Road.

The cyclist, a 46-year-old local woman, was taken to Bridgeport Hospital for treatment to a cut on her head, and pain around her eyes.

According to the report, and witnesses, the cyclist had stopped at the four-way stop before proceeding into the intersection, but Gallias’ car “rolled” through the stop sign and struck the bicycle.

Fight sends 2 teens

to the hospital

FAIRFIELD — Police are investigating a fight early Tuesday morning outside Anna Liffey’s on the Post Road that sent two people to the hospital.

A witness called police around 1 a.m. about a group of people fighting on the Post Road. When police arrived, they found two teens, who said they were assaulted by a rival football player from Fairfield Warde High School. Both had injuries to their faces, but told police they did not want to press charges and couldn’t identify their attacker.

Stolen bikes recovered

FAIRFIELD — Two incidents of stolen bikes led two parents to the UHaul building on Fairfield Avenue in Bridgeport Monday, where they were able to recover their children’s bicycles.

A Churchill Road resident called police around 7 p.m., to report that she found her son’s bike, which had been taken from their yard earlier, leaning up against the UHaul building, along with several other bikes.

She said she had noticed several boys in her yard, but thought they were there to play with her son. However, she later discovered her son’s bike was missing and drove down Fairfield Avenue in an attempt to locate it.

While she was there, a Shoreham Village Drive man drove up to recover two bikes that had allegedly been stolen from his yard.

Student struck

by car warned

FAIRFIELD — A 12-year-old Tomlinson Middle School student was given a verbal warning after he darted into the road outside the school and was struck by a car.

The incident happened Wednesday around 3:40 p.m. The boy told police he was walking north on Unquowa Road, when he realized he’d forgotten his cellphone at school. He told police he did not look both ways before running into the road. He suffered some cuts to his knee and was turned over to his mother.

He was warned for not using the crosswalk.

Stolen rental car reported

FAIRFIELD — Enterprise Car Rental, 114 Commerce Drive, called police Wednesday to report a stolen car.

A customer rented a 2015 Fiat in early May and the car was supposed to have been returned by May 16. When it was not, a letter was sent to the customer, who said she was unable to return the car because she was incarcerated in North Carolina.