GREENWICH, Conn. A 37-year-old Greenwich man was charged with disorderly conduct Thursday after he allegedly pushed his girlfriend into a wall then grabbed her by the hair to escort her out of his home, police said.
The man and his girlfriend were arguing, police said, and it became physical when he asked her to leave and she refused.
He posted a $1,000 bond and was due in court Friday.
Also from the Greenwich Police Department:
Disorderly conduct: An 18-year-old Greenwich man was charged with disorderly conduct April 27 after he allegedly tried to gain entry to a second-floor apartment. Ricardo Horton, of 10 Weaver St., Apt. A, in Greenwich, admitted to police that he knocked on the door of the apartment forcefully in order to talk to one of the residents. He said the resident opened the door and immediately shut it on him. He was arrested and released on a promise to appear in court on May 4.
Fighting siblings: Two 20-something siblings were charged with disorderly conduct April 27 when an argument about money allegedly turned physical. They reportedly were pushing each other and screaming fight before police arrived. They were both released and were to appear in court on April 30.
Bicycle theft: An 18-year-old Port Chester, N.Y., man was charged with larceny on April 29 for allegedly stealing a bicycle from a residence at 318 Hamilton Ave. Jonathan Nunez, 18, of 39 Central Ave., Apt. #1, was arrested and released on a $100 bond. He is due in court Monday.
Leaving accident scene: A 32-year-old Greenwich woman was charged on April 29 with fleeing the scene of an accident on Byram Road. Daniella Garin, 32, of 243 Glenville St., Apt. #3C, turned herself in on charges of evading responsibility and unsafe movement. She was released on a $250 bond and is due in court Monday.
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