Arresting News: Double-Double; Massage Parlor Raids

Interesting and unusual arrests from around the area.

Westport police arrested a driver that was allegedly driving double the posted speed limit. The driver was also double the legal alcohol limit, police said. 


Greenwich Police say they arrested a motorist who was reportedly following a commercial delivery driver in the wee, small hours of the morning Feb. 19, thinking the driver was a friend. The motorist was busted for DWI.


A New Haven man was charged with driving under the influence this week after a golfer found the man lying in the woods bordering the Fairchild Wheeler Golf Course in Fairfield. The man's car was found 50 yards away.


A Milford man is accused of blocking a former companion's path while she was walking, picking the victim up onto his shoulder and hanging up her cell phone when she attempted to contact 9-1-1 for assistance.


Those looking for a slightly more risque ending to their massage experience in Stamford this week risked running into police. The SPD conducted a raid on four suspect locations and issued charges ranging from prostitution to practicing massage therapy without a license.


A man being booked in Norwalk on disorderly conduct charges allegedly became agitated when police wouldn't let him keep his personal effects as he was being processed. He now faces charges of assault on a police officer as well for allegedly becoming physical with an officer several times.

Steven DeVaux February 26, 2013 at 12:35 AM
Brookfield's Economic Development Commission would never let raid happen at all of Brookfield's massage parlors. Bad for business as the Board of Selectmen would say. Besides, they just ran water lines to them.


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