Police blotter: Three-year fugitive surrenders
Wanted for three years
Hartford police notified Wilton police on May 3 that a suspect the WPD had wanted since 2013 for larceny turned himself in.
Quintrell MA. Dailey, 25, of 123 Worcester Street, Hartford, had an active warrant for his arrest for participating in the theft of $1,200 worth of handbags from the T.J. Maxx in Wilton in March 2013.
According to police, back in 2013, a loss prevention officer was able to confirm Dailey’s identity after watching surveillance footage of the incident and recognizing Dailey as someone investigated for similar crimes carried out in Hartford.
The warrant for Dailey’s arrest was signed on July 30, 2013. Just shy of three years later, he voluntarily turned himself in to the Hartford Police Department.
Dailey was brought to Wilton police headquarters for booking and processing around 5 a.m. May 3. He was released later that same morning to a bail bondsman, on a $2,500 surety bond.
Dailey was wanted for sixth-degree larceny as well as sixth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny, because he had worked with two others to steal the handbags. Police arrested Dailey’s co-conspirators in 2013.
Dailey’s court date is May 16 at Norwalk Superior Court.
Police arrested a West Haven man for DUI on May 6 after seeing his car driving slowly and over the fog line on Sharp Hill Road.
Christopher Charles Stott, 23, of 403 Center Street, was eastbound on Sharp Hill Road in his 1995 Buick Century at half past midnight when he was stopped near Danbury Road.
Police smelled alcohol and Stott was found to have a blood alcohol concentration of 0.197. The legal limit is 0.08.
He was taken into custody and released after posting $250 bail.
Stott is scheduled to appear at Norwalk Superior Court on May 16 to answer to the charges of DUI and failure to drive right.
A Ridgefield woman was arrested for DUI on May 8 after side-swiping another car on Mountain Road, according to police.
The police report said Audrone Ramonas, 56, of 26 Harvey Road, was traveling east on Mountain Road in her 2015 Honda CRV when she crossed beyond the center line around a curve and hit the westbound car.
When police responded to the accident, an officer smelled alcohol coming from Ramonas and ordered her to perform a field sobriety test, which she did not perform to standard. She also refused breath testing.
Ramonas was arrested for DUI and failure to stay right on a curve. She posted a $250 bond and was released with a court date of May 19.
Car hits tree
A Wilton man crashed his car into a tree on Millstone Road around 1 a.m. during rainy weather on May 5.
Police said the man was westbound when his vehicle slid on the wet road surface and went off the right shoulder of the roadway, head-on into a tree.
The driver bit his lip during the accident. He was checked at the scene by Wilton EMS, but refused to be taken to Norwalk Hospital.
Police issued the driver a written warning for failing to drive in the proper lane. The car was towed due to disabling damage.
An envelope with cash was found in the Stop & Shop parking lot on May 4 around 2 p.m.
Anyone with information on the envelope’s owner is asked call Wilton police headquarters at 203-834-6260.
Domestic case log
According to the Wilton Police Department daily blotter, there was one incident of family violence and there were no incidents of verbal abuse between May 5 and May 9.