Argument Over Laundry Ends with Disorderly Conduct Charges

Two women were cited for disorderly conduct following what Greenwich Police said was a physical altercation "over the use of shared washer and dryers."

Shortly after 7 p.m. June 4, police were called to the Armstrong Court housing complex on Hamilton Avenue on a report of a fight. The officers found one woman with a bloody nose, the other with a scratch on her face, according to a police report.

Police issued misdemeanor summons to the women identified as Nancy S. Rojas, 47, of 30 Armstrong Ct., and Sade Maples, 25, of 22 Armstrong Ct. They were issued a June 11 date to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford.

The report didn't indicate whether either woman needed medical treatment for their injuries.

MAC June 06, 2014 at 07:45 PM
This is what happens when people grow up with a sense of entitlement, as when the TAXPAYERS are subsidizing their housing and other normal expenses of life!


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