Robert Bona, 47, of Fanton Hill Road was arrested on Tuesday, May 17 at approximately 2 p.m. and charged with assault in the third degree, disorderly conduct and risk of injury to a minor following a domestic incident, which occurred on April 13.
According to police, a warrant was issued for his arrest on May 12, and Bona was notified on May 16 there was a warrant for his arrest, and a $5,000 appearance bond ordered by the court. He turned himself in the next day, and appeared in court on Wednesday, May 18 to answer the charges against him.
Kenneth Judge, 18, of Oak Lane was arrested on Friday, May 20 at 2:20 p.m. and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, under the age of 21.
According to police, Judge got into a one-car accident on Friday, April 22 at 11:46 p.m. on Godfrey Road East. His car was totaled. Toxicology reports subsequently determined Judge’s blood alcohol concentration was .222, above the state’s legal limit of .08. He turned himself in after learning of a warrant for his arrest.
Judge was given a June 1 court date, and was released on a $2,500 bond.
On Sunday, May 22 at 5:48 p.m., a car driven by Patricia Doolittle, 77, of Cardinal Road was heading north on River Road. Doolittle failed to negotiate a right turn, went across the southbound lane, climbed an embankment, struck a tree and rolled over onto its roof. The vehicle slid approximately 50 feet on its roof and came to rest in the southbound lane.
Police responded and found Doolittle trapped in the vehicle. She was extricated by the Weston Fire Department and taken to Norwalk Hospital by Weston EMS.
On April 10, a Goodhill Road resident reported that her daughter’s cell phone was left on the back patio of her home while a lawn care company was mowing her lawn. She said the phone went missing that same day.
The phone wasn’t shut off, the woman said, and when the next bill came, she noticed it was being used. The woman called some of the numbers on the bill, and a girl who picked up said she was speaking with a guy she had met who said he was a landscaper.
Police eventually contact the general manager of the lawn care company, who eventually got one of his workers, Abner Soto, 22, of Bridgeport to admit to taking and using the phone.
Soto admitted his wrongdoing, got fired from his job and was charged with larceny in the sixth degree. He signed a misdemeanor waiver, and was given a May 24 court date.
Jerlynn Taylor, 31, of Phoenix, Ariz. and Shaunia Cannon, 27, of Richmond, Va. were arrested on Thursday, May 19 at 8:02 p.m. and charged with peddling without a permit, in violation of a town ordinance. Police learned of their activity after a Valley Forge Road resident reported suspicious people walking door to door.