A New York man was arrested during a fight at Barcelona Restaurant in Greenwich on Sunday. Bruno Gioffre Jr., 38, of 93 Henry Ave., Harrison, allegedly got into a fight inside the restaurant after pushing another man into two women, causing one to fall into a chair and suffer minor injuries.
An off-duty police officer showed his identification, after which Gioffre became louder, yelling and cursing at the officer. He continued to cause a scene outside the restaurant after more officers showed up. He was arrested on the charge of disorderly conduct and is due in court May 9.
Also from the Greenwich Police Department:
Richard Todd Dombrowski, 45, of 176 Henry St., Greenwich, was arrested Saturday after an alleged fight with a neighbor. Dombrowski allegedly began arguing with his neighbor, then attempted to assault him. He also allegedly physically resisted officers during his arrest. He was charged with breach of peace, assault and interfering with officers. He was held on $5,000 bond and is due in court May 2.
James Madigan, 52, of 1120 Westover Road, Stamford, was arrested by warrant Friday stemming from a motor vehicle incident in February. Madigan allegedly cut off a police car and nearly caused an accident on East Putnam Avenue. He then turned his lights off, parked in a driveway and locked himself in a house, police said. A warrant was obtained, and Madigan was arrested on charges of interfering with police, reckless driving and engaging in pursuit. He was released on $2,000 bond and is due in court Friday.
Janet Turansky, 53, of 40 Rugby Road, Fairfield, was arrested last Wednesday on a charge of criminal trespass after entering Richards department store on Greenwich Avenue when she had been banned from the property. She was released on $1,000 bond and is due in court Wednesday.
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