DUI Norwalk resident John Medor, 48, was arrested for driving under the influence, driving too fast, failing to drive in the right-hand lane, and driving without insurance on Nov. 13. Wilton police stopped Medor for driving 52 mph in a posted 40-mph zone and straddling the dotted line dividing the two southbound lanes of Danbury Road. Medor smelled like alcohol, his speech was slurred and his eyes were bloodshot and glassy, according to police. He was found to have a blood alcohol content of 0.1501 and was taken into custody with a bond set at $250. The legal limit is 0.08. He was held at police headquarters and given a court date of Nov. 14. Man turns himself in Easton resident Cavan Devine, 24, turned himself in at Wilton police headquarters on Nov. 11 on an active warrant issued by Norwalk Superior Court on Oct. 26. The warrant stemmed from a failure to appear at Norwalk Court after receiving a ticket in Wilton for driving with a suspended license and failing to return license and registration on July 13. Wilton police initially pulled Devine over because he appeared to be texting on a cell phone near the intersection of Route 7 and Kensett Avenue. He was given a verbal warning for using a handheld device while driving but was ticketed for driving with a license that had been suspended since June 10, according to police. Devine was fingerprinted, photographed and released by Wilton police on a $495 cash bond. He is scheduled to appear at Norwalk Superior Court on Nov. 22. Keys found A set of keys was found near the crosswalk near Veterans Memorial Green in Wilton Center. The owner may call Wilton police headquarters at 203-834-6260. The Wilton Police Department investigated one call for domestic family violence on Nov. 8. There were no other domestic calls during the week of Nov. 8-14.