A Norwalk man was arrested Monday after allegedly stalking his ex-girlfriend, Norwalk Police said.
The ex-girlfriend of Daniel Carver, a 28-year-old of 30 Bartlett Ave., reported that Carver had followed her to a place in Stamford where she allegedly told him to leave her alone, but he reportedly followed her to her parents' house in Norwalk anyway, according to police.
When she tried to leave the house, Carver allegedly jumped on the hood of her car and began screaming at her, police said. She then flagged down a police officer and Carver was arrested at about 1:23 a.m. Monday for breach of peace and stalking in the third degree, according to the Norwalk Police arrest log.
Threatening text messages were also recovered off of the victim's phone, police said.
The two had reportedly been dating for more than 10 years and have a daughter together, according to police.
Carver's bond has been set at $2,500 and his court date was July 8, according to the arrest log.
A Rowayton woman was arrested Sunday after allegedly throwing a metal object at her husband, Norwalk Police said.
Lynn Shaak, 45 of 85 Crooked Trail, and her husband were reportedly arguing about who would watch their three children when her husband was at work the next day when she allegedly threw a metal object at him, according to police.
It was not listed on the report whether or not Shaak's husband was injured, police said.
Shaak was charged with injury and risk and impairing morals, as well as disorderly conduct. Her bail was set at $2,500 and her court date was Monday.
An 85-year-old Norwalk resident was arrested Saturday after his daughter called police saying that he was chasing her with a knife, according to police.
Ronald Kresge, of 375 Newtown Ave., was reportedly chasing his daughter in his wheelchair and wielding a knife, police said. When police arrived at the scene, Kresge claimed that his daughter had taken his laptop and five phones, according to police.
There were kitchen knives in the house but none were found on his person, police said. Kresge claimed that he had moved a knife at one point but never threatened or chased his daughter with one, according to police.
Police said that it appeared Kresge was suffering from dementia.
Kresge was charged with disorderly conduct and his court date was scheduled for Monday.