Danbury Police charged Maya Willis, 42, of Waterbury, with sale of narcotics and charged Thomas McDermott, 52, of New Street, Danbury, with possession of narcotics after police saw a drug deal.
Police said members of the Community Conditions Unit, which travels sometimes in cruisers, sometimes in unmarked cars and sometimes on bicycles, saw what looked like a drug deal near the corner of Main and States Street. Police investigated, and said Willis sold heroin to McDermott. McDermott was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Maya was held on a 10,000 bond for a court appearance on Sept 14 and Mcdermott was released on a written promise to appear in court on Sept 26.
In an unrelated case, charged Rudy Rosario, 37, Ridgefield, with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct in Danbury at 1:34 a.m. Thursday. Rosario was released at that time on a written promise to appear in Danbury Superior Court later Thursday. He was told don't go back to where this argument happened. About 62 minutes later, Rosario was charged with third-degree assault and violation of a condition of release. He went back. He was held on a $5,000 bond for court Thursday.