Man Held For Department of Immigration After Arrest

One case of car vandalism, an 'out of control' 17-year-old and an arrest for forgery are in today's round-up of Woodbury police news.


Man Arrested for Forgery and More

Miguel Angel Garrido, 32, of 22 Stephen St., Apt 2, Stamford, was arrested for forgery in the second degree, among other charges, on Saturday, August 11.

and Troop L received a call regarding an unwanted party at 105 Old Grassy Hill Rd.

When police arrived, Garrido was exiting the driveway operating a red Toyota pick-up truck. Police said Garrido stated he had no license and then provided them with a temporary Connecticut dealer plate, a temporary dealer registration and a Connecticut insurance identification card he presented as belonging to the vehicle.

After investigating, police determined the above items were all forged. Garrido was arrested and brought to Troop L in Litchfield, where he was held for arraignment on August 13 at Waterbury Superior Court.

Garrido was also held for the U.S. Department of Immigration, according to police.

He was charged with the following:

  • Failure to renew registration
  • Improper use of a marker
  • Failure of insurance cover to meet the minimum requirements
  • Operating a motor vehicle without a license
  • Forgery in the second degree (two counts)
  • Forgery in the third degree

Officer Frans Dielemans investigated.


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'Out of Control' Juvenile Arrested

A 17-year-old juvenile was arrested on August 12 for disorderly conduct after allegedly engaging in a physical altercation with her father, police said.

Police received a 911 call at approximately 2:02 p.m. reporting an out of control 17-year-old at a home on Scuppo Road.

She was issued a juvenile summons for disorderly conduct and an August 16 court date. She was released to her parents on a written promise to appear, police said.

Officer Frans Dielemans investigated.

Vandalism in the Dark of Night

To the point of metal showing through, a 2011 Mercedes was keyed during the overnight hours of August 12, police said.

The car belongs to Iris Lord of Good Hill Road and was parked in the driveway of a private residence.

The left and right side doors were scratched through until metal was showing, police reported.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Woodbury Police Department at 203-263-3400.

Officer Frans Dielemans investigated.

Front Door Damage

On August 8, a Cedar Spring Lane resident reported damage to the front door of their home.

Officer Jody Rockhill investigated.


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