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Two Arrested in Greenwich Hospital Scuffle

GREENWICH, Conn. – A Greenwich Hospital security guard and a man trying to get his brother treated in the emergency room were charged with disorderly conduct Saturday after a scuffle broke out. Police gave the following account:

Security guard Sergio Haz, 36, of 40 St. Roch’s Ave., Greenwich, and Mikel Gjuraj got into an argument when the hospital would not see Gjuraj's brother, Mark. While the brothers were being escorted out of the ER, Mark Gjuraj spit in Haz's face. Once outside the hospital, Haz wrestled Mark Gjuraj to the ground. Mark Gjuraj then kicked Haz in the head. He was brought under control shortly thereafter.

Haz and Gjuraj, 23, of 56 Fox Glen Road, Stamford, were each issued misdemeanor summons and are due in court Dec. 29.

Also from the Greenwich Police Department:

• Megan Krayeski, 30, of 92 Hobart Ave., Port Chester, N.Y., turned herself in to the Greenwich police Friday on a warrant charging her with stealing jewelry from her mother’s Greenwich residence and pawning it for cash in New York City. She was released on $800 bond and is due in court Dec. 21.

• Stephanie Zea, 20, of 44 Rodwell Ave., Greenwich, was issued a summons for possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of narcotics and failure to keep drugs in the issued container Thursday. She was charged after fighting with medics called to her home because she was having seizures. Medics said she was combative and made several attempts to get something from the drawer of her nightstand in between seizures. Police found a glass smoking pipe with suspected marijuana residue, a small baggie with marijuana residue, four pink and orange pills with the letter “L” printed on them, and half of a white oval pill. She is due in court Dec. 16.

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