A 28-year-old Norwalk man was arrested for assault following an altercation with his 26-year-old girlfriend, who lives in northern Weston. Gregory Polizos was charged with unlawful restraint, assault in the third degree, threatening in the second degree and disorderly conduct.
According to police, on Monday, Oct. 24 at 2:11 p.m. the woman called officers to her residence after reporting an assault took place. Upon arrival, police noticed the woman was “shaking and appeared visibly upset.” The woman told police her boyfriend left the scene when she said she was going to call the cops.
Police said the woman told them she got into an argument with her boyfriend about another guy.
“Gregory then backed her into a corner so she couldn’t get away from him and threatened to kill her,” police wrote in a report. “Gregory then pushed her in the face and threw her down on the bed and repeatedly stated that he was going to kill her.”
The woman told police that Polizos called her after he left the house, saying he was going to pick up some food and come back. He knew that she had called the cops and “was going to kill her,” police wrote.
Weston Police contacted neighboring police departments, providing them with a description of Polizos’ silver Nissan Altima. He was stopped by Wilton Police.
Polizos admitted to police he got into an argument with his girlfriend, “but was adamant that he did not put his hands on her.” He then refused to provide a written statement as to his view of what had transpired.
Polizos was processed without incident and released on a $5,000 bond. He was given an Oct. 25 court date.