David Pollack, 31, of Wilton, turned himself in to police on Jan. 5 on disorderly conduct charges after his male live-in companion complained of a domestic incident. The victim told police that Pollack had pushed him during a verbal argument.
In addition to the Jan. 5 charge, Wilton police were waiting for another warrant to be approved for domestic violence claims the victim made Dec. 20 that he was struck by Pollack during a different argument. Police were waiting for approval because they were originally called to the residence for a larceny complaint, not a domestic violence one.
Also in the police blotter:
? Residents of a home on Chessor Lane in Wilton returned Jan. 10 from a weekend vacation and found that two watches and a bracelet were missing. According to the police report, the house was vacant from 8 a.m. Friday Jan. 7 to 3:30 p.m. Monday. No values were given for the missing items.
? Wilton resident Rosemary Araldi, 51, was arrested after her husband told police that she grabbed him by the ears trying to get him into a bedroom during an argument Jan. 4. The husband said he was scratched. Araldi was charged with disorderly conduct.
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