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Arresting News: Man Allegedly Bites Off More Than He Can Chew

Unusual arrests and investigations from the area.

 

Police responding to a disturbance at a Stephen Street apartment in Stamford found a suspect who reportedly bit off more than he could chew. Police arrested the man for allegedly biting off his cousin's ear after his cousin asked him to turn down the loud music so he could rest up for work.

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In New Canaan, a bat climbed onto a man's neck as he sat in the sunroom drinking his morning coffee.

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A Monroe woman made an emergency call on the heels of the blizzard, for a dog bite that could be infected, so a Department of Public Works crew plowed roads to get EMS and police to her house — then she declined transport to the hospital.

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A Brookfield resident using his plow to push a car up Federal Road early Sunday morning after the blizzard was arrested for allegedly doing so while under the influence.

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A man with an apparent penchant for expensive clothes was busted by Greenwich Police on charges of apparel from Saks Fifth Avenue.

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A Bronx, N.Y. man faces numerous charges after police say he used fake IDs in an attempt to filch $3,900 from the bank account of a New Jersey man at a TD Bank in Fairfield.

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Redding Police responded to a domestic incident last week and ended up arresting a 66-year-old man for disorderly conduct. Upon searching his house, they seized seven guns, which they'll safely keep until the courts decide whether he can get them back. 

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A Wilton man, who had sent a photo of various perscription drugs and what police called an assault rifle to an aquaintance, was taken to the hospital for psychological examination when Wilton Police responded to his residence and he agreed to exit his home peacefully.

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Stamford neighbors arguing over where shoveled snow should be discarded called police in to mediate the argument after heated tempers allegedly caused one man to begin striking the other about the head with a snow shovel. Since no injuries were reported, the suspect faces a disorderly conduct charge instead of assault.

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In Norwalk, a man looking for a job thought he'd up his chances by allegedly punching a bar manager in the face. The man reportedly became upset after being told there were no open positions, which, police said, led to the alleged assault.

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A car left in the snow in Bridgeport was allegedly stolen and led Trumbull Police to arrest a Bridgeport man on a larceny charge.

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Westport police arrested a Weston woman for DUI after she reportedly failed a field sobriety test and was unable to take a breath test because she could not follow instructions.

About this column: The week's most unusual arrests. The information above was provided by area police departments. Neither arrests nor charges indicate a conviction, and neither means that a person is guilty of what police allege.

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