Wilton Physical Therapist Arrested On Meth Charges At Stamford Courthouse

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A Wilton physical therapist was charged with attempting to bring crystal meth into the Stamford Courthouse on Monday, April 14.
A Wilton physical therapist was charged with attempting to bring crystal meth into the Stamford Courthouse on Monday, April 14. Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons

WILTON, Conn. -- A Wilton physical therapist was arrested at the Stamford courthouse on Monday, April 14, on charges of attempting to bring in crystal methamphetamine, according to ctnews.com. 

Craig Wood, 44, was at the courthouse because he filed a lawsuit against other physical therapists in his practice who were trying to force him out of the company, ctnews.com reported. 

Wood triggered metal detectors upon entering the courthouse, and a follow-up search turned up a pen cap in his sock, the report said. Inside the pen cap was a red baggie containing a white powder. A trooper's test of the substance came back positive for crystal methamphetamine, ctnews.com said. 

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I didn't think PT was rocket science but this convinces me! Very much indeed!