On Dec. 25 around 1 in the afternoon, police stopped a 2009 Toyota Camry that had been southbound on Danbury Road near Westport Road after its driver made a number of suspicious errors.
According to police, the driver of the Toyota made a complete stop at the intersection of Danbury Road and Westport Road when the traffic light was blinking yellow.
When a car stuck behind the improperly stopped Toyota attempted to shift lanes and go around it, the Toyota, without signaling, shifted also, cutting off the other driver.
Throughout, police said, the Toyota was straddling the dotted line that separates the two southbound lanes of Danbury Road.
A Wilton patrol officer witnessed the erratic driving and initiated a stop. A field sobriety test was administered but the driver of the Toyota, John P. Curley, 26, of 50 Aiken Street, Norwalk, did not perform it to standard.
He was arrested on the charges of DUI, failure to drive right, and failure to give the proper turn signal, and was taken into custody. He refused breath testing, police said.
Curley was released on a promise to appear at Norwalk Superior Court on Jan. 4.