Hayley B. Willson, 30, of 43 Hoyt St., Stamford, was charged Sunday, Sept. 2, with evading responsibility, operation while under the influence and failure to drive in the proper lane. Emergency personnel located a vehicle that had fled the scene of an accident at Stanwich Road Sunday evening, and police interviewed the driver, Willson, and found that she had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and smelled of alcohol, police said. She told police she had consumed one drink, police said. Police determined that she had damaged a stone wall and a guide wire to a Connecticut Light & Power utility pole at the accident scene. A small portion of the guide wire was located in the front grill of her vehicle, police said. Though she refused field sobriety tests, police saw an empty bottle of wine in the back seat and an empty wine glass in the center console, police said. She was issued $250 bond and was scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford Sept. 17.
Julie M. Aliapoulios, 44, of 585 Silvermine Road, New Canaan, was charged Saturday, Sept. 1, with third-degree larceny and issuing a bad check. Aliapoulios turned herself in Saturday on an active warrant stemming from an earlier investigation that revealed she issued a check for $5,550.13, knowing that she did not have sufficient funds to cover the check, police said. The incident occurred in December 2010 on Greenwich Avenue, police said. She posted $5,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford Sept. 10.
Marco A. Lugo-Busanet, 25, of 75 Carlton Ave., Bridgeport, was charged Aug. 28 with fourth-degree larceny. Lugo-Busanet turned himself in to Greenwich police on an active arrest warrant, stemming from an investigation into allegations that he stole checks from a victim, forged the victim's signature and then cashed the checks for his own use, police said. The incident occurred in December 2011 on River Road in Cos Cob, police said. He was issued $1,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford Wednesday.
Joseph A. Carey, 22, of 97 Wilbur Peck Court, was charged Thursday, Aug. 30, with first-degree criminal trespass. Carey was released on a promise to appear and was scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford.
A 16-year-old boy was charged Monday, Sept. 3, with operation of a motor vehicle by a minor with an elevated blood alcohol content and evading responsibility. Greenwich police investigated a motor vehicle accident July 16 on Indian Field Road in Cos Cob and determined that a youthful offender and a juvenile passenger were involved in an accident in which the youthful offender, the driver, fled the scene. Police located the boy, who appeared to be intoxicated, near Indian Field Road and Sound Shore Drive, and he was transported to the Greenwich Hospital emergency room, police said. Police applied for a search warrant for his medical records, which revealed that he had an elevated BAC, police said. The boy turned himself in on an active warrant Sept. 3. He was issued $250 bond and was scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford Sept. 20.
Steve Sherman, 47, of 28 Balsam Drive, Townsend, Mass., was charged Sunday, Aug. 19, with disorderly conduct. Sherman was issued a misdemeanor summons in connection with a domestic incident at a Perryridge Road location early Sunday morning. He was scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford.
Adriana M. Eb-Canul, 24, of 235 Edgewood Ave., New Haven, was charged Saturday, Aug. 18 with operation while under the influence, operation without a license and restricted turns/failure to signal. After seeing a gray sedan driving erratically on Mill Street early Saturday morning, police stopped the car on Mead Avenue and determined Eb-Canul, the driver, was operating without a valid driver's license, police said. Eb-Canul had red, glassy eyes, slurred speech, and smelled of alcohol, police said. She also failed field sobriety tests. She posted $250 bond and is scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford on Sept. 5.
Kristina M. Giordano, 43, of 36 Old Camp Lane, was charged Saturday, Aug. 18, with sixth-degree larceny. On Saturday afternoon, police responded to Lacoste, 98 Greenwich Ave., on the report that a pair of sunglasses had been shoplifted, and after reviewing video footage of the incident, located two women from the footage walking along Greenwich Avenue, police said. One of the women, Giordano, had the stolen sunglasses in her possession, police said. She posted $100 cash bond and is scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford on Aug. 27.
Laurence A. Kirwan, 60, of 148 East Ave., Apt. 2A, Norwalk, was charged Friday, Aug. 17, with two counts of third-degree assault, disorderly conduct, and injury/risk/impairing morals. Police arrested Kirwan in connection with a domestic violence incident Friday afternoon on Sterling Road. Two victims sustained minor injuries during the incident, police said. Kirwan later responded to Greenwich Police headquarters, where he was placed under arrest. He posted $5,000 surety bond and was scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford Aug. 20.