Update: Charges against Garrett R. Browning have been dismissed.
John Marshall II, 41 of 47 Ash Tree Lane in New Canaan, turned himself in on Thursday after a warrant was issued for his arrest for charges of assault with a motor vehicle in the second degree, driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right. Police say that shortly after midnight on July 2, a southbound Land Rover Marshall crossed the double yellow line and crashed head-on into a northbound Mercedes Benz. The driver of the Mercedes was injured and is still hospitalized. The Greenwich Police Department does not reveal victims names. The driver sustained only minor injuries and was transported to the hospital. Test results showed Marshall's blood-alcohol leved was at 0.195, more than twice the legal limit. Marshall posted a $5,000 blond and is to appear in court on Aug. 13.
Also from the police blotter
Charles C Green, 50, of 419 Franklin St. in Port Chester, was arrested Thursday on fifth-degree larceny charges. Officers responded to a call on Comly Avenue where the victim said Green had been "hanging around" her car in the driveway. When he walked away from her car, she looked into it and saw her wallet was on top of her purse and it was unsnapped. She was missing $420. She approached Green to ask for her money back. He ignored her and continued walking down the street, shoving something down the front of his shorts, which she believed to be her missing cash. Officers say they found Green hunched down on the ground behind a parked car. Police found $320 in his right sneaker and another $100 in his front shorts pocket. He was released on a misdemeanor summons and is to appear in court on Aug. 13.
Garrett R. Browning, 21 of 562 North St. in Greenwich was arrested on DWI charges early Friday morning after officers received a 911 call that his car had rolled over near 17 Brook Ridge Drive. Officers found the car had been heavily damaged and Browning was walking around in the street. He signed a refusal of medical aid with medics on the scene. When officers smelled alcohol on his breath, they put Browning through sobriety tests, which they say he failed. He posted a $250 bond and will appear in court on Aug. 20.
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