Police Log: DUI, drug possession, burglary, failure to appear, larceny

Marijuana and paraphernalia

A 19-year-old Weston man turned himself over to Wilton police on marijuana charges on Aug. 26 from an incident that took place on Aug. 11 in which he was found sleeping in his car in someone’s driveway.

Vincent Walters, of 132 Godfrey Road East, Weston, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession with intent to sell, and possession of drug paraphernalia and released on $10,000 bond with a court date of Sept. 8.


A 62-year-old town resident was charged with driving under the influence, no insurance and failure to drive right Aug. 26 at 8:52 p.m. nearby his home on Nod Hill Road.

Police said James Ahstrom, of 430 Nod Hill Road, was driving north on the road when he crossed the double yellow line and struck a southbound motor vehicle. There were no injuries. He had an odor of alcohol and could not perform standard field sobriety tests. He was booked with a blood alcohol level of 0.1625 and his secondary was 0.1659.

He was released on $260 bond. His court date was not immediately available.

Found money

On Aug. 29, at 7:08 p.m., money found at Wilton High School grounds was turned over to the the police department.

For further information, call the police at 203-834-6260.

Burglarize vehicles

Two vehicles were burglarized on Fawn Ridge Lane between 8:30 p.m. Aug. 23 and 5:12 p.m. on Aug. 24. The first vehicle’s front passenger window was broken with a rock and a portable battery charger was taken. The second vehicle was left unlocked overnight and the owner discovered the next day that items were moved around and out of place.

Failure to appear

A 34-year-old Danbury man was charged with failure to appear in the second degree, operating a motor vehicle with license under suspension and failure to obey a traffic signal Aug. 22 at 11 a.m.

Ricardo Babar-Duverge, of Danbury, turned himself in to the Wilton Police after learning there was a warrant for his arrest. He had failed to show up at court for the original offense, which was for driving with a suspended license.

Larceny from church

Police are investigating the theft of a wallet that is believed to have contained money from Our Lady of Fatima Church on Danbury Road.

The wallet was reported stolen, not during a church service, on Aug. 22 at 2:11 p.m.

The Wilton Police Department did not respond to any complaints of domestic violence during the week.