Talk about taking it to go
A pizza deliveryman was relieved of one of the two pepperoni pizzas he was trying to deliver on Mead Avenue in the Byram section of Greenwich.
According to police, the deliveryman for Arcuri's Pizza in Port Chester was trying to deliver the pies to a Mead Avenue residence about 9:30 p.m. Sept. 30. He was flagged down by a pedestrian and stopped, thinking it was who placed the delivery order, police said. But when the driver went to make change, the pedestrian grabbed one pizza and fled after dropping the second pie on the ground.
The man was described as a 6-foot tall skinny male about 17 - 18 years old, wearing a red baseball cap, a black jacket and jeans. The pizzas were vallued at $38.
No signals + drifting in lanes = A drunk driving arrest
A motorist whom Greenwich Police said was seen making lane changes without signaling and drifting in traffic lanes was arrested on a driving while intoxicated charge.
Victor Toyos, 55, of 2854 Fairfield Ave., Bridgeport, was arrested shortly before 1 a.m. Oct. 1 in the 1000 block of East Putnam Avenue in Riverside. According to a Greenwich Police report, Toyos is accused of having bloodshot eyes and the odor of alocholic beverages when police stopped him. He reportedly failed field sobriety tests.
Besides the DWI charge, he was ticketed for failure to drive in proper lane and failure to signal. His bond was set at $250 and he was scheduled to appear Oct. 18 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
Amherst Road home burglarized
Greenwich detectives are investigating the daytime burglary of an Amherst Road home on Oct. 3.
A resident discovered the the break-in shortly before 3 p.m., police said. A rear window was forced open and the home was ransacked. Police said residents are still compiling a list of items taken during the theft that occurred between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.