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Woman Nabbed as Fugitive

An inoperable headlight prompted a Greenwich Police stop and yields 2 arrests including a woman wanted as a fugitive from justice in 2 states.

 

An early morning motor vehicle stop yielded two arrests for Greenwich Police including that of a woman wanted as a fugitive from justice in two states.

According to a Greenwich Police report, officers stopped a motorist on West Putnam Avenue at 12:45 a.m. Dec. 29 because the driver's car had only one operable headlight. The driver told police "he did not possess a license or any identification, that the vehicle did not have any registration or insurance, and that the registration plate belonged on his old vehicle," according to the report.

Police then asked the passenger if she had identification or a license. She produced identification but didn't have a license. So police brought both to headquarters. It turned out that the National Crime Information Center indicated the passsenger was named as a fugitive from justice in arrest warrants in Virginia and Florida. Details on why Kerrie Ann Cardinal, 45, of 9800 South 50th Ct. in Oak Lawn, IL was named in the arrest warrants was not included in the report.

Cardinal was charged with one count of being a fugitive from justice and held in lieu of $10,000 bond and is awaiting extradition, according to the report.

The driver, identified as Dimitri G. Kamberos, 47, also of 9800 South 50th Ct. in Oak Lawn, was charged with operation of an unregistered motor vehicle, misuse of plates, operating without a license, failure to have headlamps illuminated and operating without insurance. He posted a $50 bond and was scheduled to appear Jan. 10 in state Superior Court in Stamford.

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