[Editor's Note: Arrest information is supplied by the . It does not indicate convictions.]
Police say, Richard Zwart, 29, of 2 Frances Ave. in Norwalk was arrested after they recieved a call to Lubrano Pl., also in Norwalk.
Police reports say that a man was "moaning and crying", while trying to hide behind some garbage cans. Police say, Zwart was clearly intoxicated and told police to "get off his property." Police say, next asked the man where he lived, and he responded, "two Frances Ave." Police reminded Zwart that he was not on his property, when he began threating to assault the officers, police say.
According to police, Zwart was arrested and brought to the holding facility where he continued to be uncooperative to the point where he took paper work from the processing area and tried to keep them away from an officer. Police say, he then grabbed an officer's leg and pulled the officer to the ground. According to the police report, the officer had to strike wart several times before he released the officers leg.
Police say, once Zwart was under control, he threatened to commit suicide and was taken to Norwalk Hospital.
Zwart was charged with interfering with an officer, breach of peace, threatening, disorderly conduct, assault on a peace officer, and simple trespass, police say. Bond was set at $5,000, and Zwart is due to appear in court on March 6.
Police say, Spirdione Esposito, 63, of 26 Cloverly Ln., East Norwalk was arrested for his involvement in a DUI charge from July 18, 2011.
Police were notified that Esposito's vehicle was seen swerving "all over the road," before turning off of East Ave. where he struck a pole. Esposito was then reported to have struck a small tree on Pequot Dr., before attempting to turn around in a driveway at 21 Pequot Dr.
Police say, Esposito then reversed his vehicle into the garage door of the home twice. As police approached Esposito's vehicle, he backed his vehicle into the garage door a third time knocking it off its track before an officer removed the keys from the ignition, according to police. Esposito denied hitting the house, police say.
Police say, Esposito's speach was difficult to comprehend, and he was taken to Norwalk Hospital. Toxicology reports indicated that Esposito's breathalyzer result was .228, well over the legal limit.
Esposito was charged with operation while under the influence, and criminal mischief, police say. According to police, Esposito's bond was set at $2,500 and he is due to appear in court March 6.