A dispute over a property line has spilled over to inconvenience innocent bystanders. Noroton Avenue resident Jason Enters, 39, turned himself into police July 23 for warrant stemming from a disorderly conduct charge from June 2. Captain Fred Komm said police have been called to Enters's house and his neighbor's home "several times over the past few months," for a series of disputes over the property line between the two residences and their shared driveway.
In the incident on June 2, Enters's neighbor hired a crew to install surveillance cameras outside her home. Enters allegedly sprayed the workers with a garden hose whenever they attempted to do their job. Enters also placed and lit sparklers on top of the stockade fence separating the two properties to distract the workers. Enters was released on a promise to appear in court on August 2.
Also from the police blotter:
-Call it grand theft tricycle. Children's Attic on Tokeneke Road reported the theft of a tricycle from outside the store on July 20. The store placed a red, blue and yellow vehicle, complete with a push bar and basket on the back, on the sidewalk for sale.
An interested customer saw the tricycle there at approximately 10:20 a.m., and when she returned at 11 that morning, it was gone. When the customer asked about it inside, the store's staff realized it was missing and reported it stolen. They estimate its vale at $150.
-Richard Nano, 62,of Stamford was arrested July 22 for third-degree assault and breach of peace. At 4:44 p.m., a 23-year-old Stamford resident backed into Nano's car in the Walgreens parking lot on Heights Road. Nano, the driver and her mother--who did not speak Englis--became involved in an altercation over insurance information.
Nano then allegedly pulled the 47-year-old mother out of the car, and struck her. When police arrived, Nano had scrapes across his knuckles, and the older woman had scratches across her arms. Nano was arrested, and released later that day on a promise to appear in court after claiming to have medical issues stemming from diabetes. His court date is scheduled for August 2.
-A resident on Bittersweet Lane reported a mysterious case of vandalism on July 20. At about 2:50 a.m., a loud crash woke up the homeowner. When he went downstairs to investigate, he saw two large stones on the floor underneath a broken window. Police are investigating the incident, but he resident said he had no idea who threw the rocks, or why.
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