A motorist stopped for having a cracked windshield ended up under arrest for failing to answer a nearly 4-year-old charge lodged by the state Department of Environmental Protection.
According to a Greenwich Police report, Segundo Tadeo Pacheco Chuchuca, 48, of 10 Ann St., Greenwich, was stopped on Delavan Avenue because of a cracked windshield just before 1 p.m. Sept. 18. Police say they determined he did not have a driver's license and was named in a warrant obtained by DEP police for failure to respond to an infraction issued by the DEP on Sept. 25, 2008 in Norwalk. Details on that offense were not included in the report.
Chuchuca posted $250 bond and was scheduled to appear Sept. 25 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
Two Stamford men were arrested on first-degree criminal trespass charges stemming from the removal of construction debris from a Caroline Place residence without building department permits.
According to a police report, Inmer B. Lucero, 25, of 122 Richmond Hill Ave., told police he was ordered by his boss to remove the debris. However, police confirmed with the Greenwich Building Department that a stop-work order had been issued for the site until necessary permits were obtained.
Lucero and his boss, identified as Kai M. Young, 46, of 81 Pine Hill Ave., were both charged just before 1 p.m. Sept. 18. Each posted a $250 bond and were scheduled to appear Sept. 26 in state Superior Court in Stamford.
A Port Chester, NY woman faces a violation of a protection order charge after Greenwich Police say they found her driving a minivan with the protected person as her passenger.
Katherine Alexandra Chocho, 19, of 29 Maple Pl., also faces a charge of operating a motor vehicle without a license after she was stopped for driving without her headlights turned on just before 9 p.m. Sept. 20 on Hamilton Avenue, near St. Roch's Place.
Chocho was released on a $500 bond and scheduled to appear Sept. 21 in state Superior Court in Stamford. She was given a verbal warning for not driving with the headlights turned on.
A Greenwich man was arrested on motor vehicle charges following a car crash on Round Hill Road about 10:20 p.m. Sept. 20.
According to a Greenwich Police report, witnesses told officers the driver crossed the double-yellow line and passed two vehicles, hit one car and left the scene. The driver, identified as Stuart T. Devan, 31, of 200 Round Hill Rd., was found about a half-mile from the scene.
Devan was charged with evading responsibility and unsafe passing. He was released after posting a $500 bond and scheduled to appear Oct. 4 in state Superior Court in Stamford.