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Road Rage Leads to Woman's Arrest

A Port Chester, N.Y., woman was arrested Saturday after a road rage incident involving a Greenwich woman. The driver of a Jeep had allegedly cut off the driver of a Jetta in Port Chester and started screaming and yelling at her. The Jeep followed the Jetta to a residence on Homestead Lane, where a passenger in the Jetta got out of the car to confront the driver of the Jeep. During the argument, Millie Santos, 49, of 212 Chestnut St., Port Chester, pushed the passenger of the Jetta to "get the female passenger out of her face." Santos was arrested on charges of breach and peace and threatening. She is due in court Nov. 17.

Also from the police blotter:

• A Greenwich couple were issued a misdemeanor summons Saturday after allegedly having a physical argument. After a 911 hang up, Greenwich police reported to a Cat Rock Road residence, where they found the husband in a torn T-shirt with a minor cut to his hand and two scratches on his stomach. The woman had redness on her upper chest area. They told police they had been having an argument when the wife grabbed his T-shirt and ripped it, scratching his stomach. The argument ended with each pushing and shoving the other. The wife was issued a misdemeanor summons on charges of disorderly conduct and was due in court Monday.

• Two Greenwich teens were arrested Friday after police found the youths allegedly smoking marijuana behind a wooden shed on Orchard Street. Officers found a marijuana blunt on the ground and the K-9 officer Tyro found several Dixie cups containing suspected marijuana in the wooded area. Wade P. Curley, 19, of 6 Benders Drive, and another youth were each issued a misdemeanor summons on charges of possession of marijuana under 4 ounces. They are due in court Nov. 12.

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