After approaching a “suspicious” car partially parked on Wild Duck Road on Feb. 17, police smelled marijuana and arrested both occupants on misdemeanor charges.
Around 8:30 p.m., police noticed a 2012 Volkswagen Jetta parked on the side of Wild Duck Road without its headlamps lit in a residential area.
After smelling marijuana, the officer searched the vehicle and found “just under” four ounces of the presumptive substance. Also found were two fake Rhode Island driver’s licenses.
Passenger Benjamin Zucker, 19, of 7 Wild Duck Road was charged with possession of greater than one-half ounce but less than four ounces of marijuana — a misdemeanor offense.
Driver Max Giglia, 18, of 2 Silver Spring Road, was also charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, as well as with two counts of third-degree forgery for the two fake IDs.
Zucker and Giglia were both released on promises to appear at Norwalk Superior Court on Feb. 29.