Police officers dispatched Sunday night to a reported fight inside a car instead encountered a naked man with “glazed eyes.”
The officers were sent to 19 Muller Ave. on an anonymous report of two people fighting in a car parked in the driveway at that address. When they arrived, they found the car was running with the driver’s door open, and when they approached the vehicle, they discovered a naked man in the back seat.
The officers said they tapped on the window to get the man’s attention, but he ignored them. Instead, they said, he pulled on his pants and then put on a t-shirt.
The officers said the man had “glazed eyes” and never acknowledged them. When they noticed the man had something in his left hand, they increased their effort to get his attention, and when that failed, they shot him with a Taser gun and pulled him out of the car. He was found to be holding a cell phone charger.
The officers said the man, later identified as Keon Beatty, could not explain why he was in the car naked or remember if anyone had been with him.
Beatty was charged with second-degree breach of peace, interfering with an officer and simple trespass. He was held on $25,000 bond and given a court date of March 12.
The car was not registered to the Muller Avenue address and was towed away. The arrest report didn’t indicate if the car’s owner was identified.
Norwalk Police said Beatty was born on March 17, 1987, making him 24 years old, and resides in the city at 34 Raymond St. However, there is no such address in Norwalk.
Stamford Patch reported last Nov. 8 that a Keon L. Beatty, 24, of 34 Raymond St., Stamford, was arrested there Nov. 7, charged with third degree-assault, second-degree threatening, and breach of peace. Stamford Police said the incident resulted from Beatty meeting the person he allegedly assaulted on Cove Road and having an argument about a past sexual encounter.
A Keon L. Beatty, of 34 Raymond St., Stamford, born in 1987, is registered as a sex offender in Connecticut as the result of being found guilty of second-degree sexual assault on September 12, 2006. Beatty was arrested by Stamford Police on that charge in May 2005. He was sentenced to five years in jail – execution suspended after three years – followed by ten years probation.
According to the Connecticut Sex Registry, Beatty was accused of having sex with a minor.
Stamford Police also arrested Beatty in August 2010 for failing to register as a sex offender. He was found guilty and sentenced to a year in jail, suspended after six months, with a conditional discharge after serving one day in prison.
On his Nov. 7 arrest, Beatty has pleaded not guilty and is scheduled to appear in Stamford court March 21.
Beatty was arrested in Stamford last Dec. 27 for second-degree threatening. In a Dec. 28 story about his arrest, The (Stamford) Advocate identified him as Keon Lemar Beatty. Beatty has pleaded not guilty and is also scheduled to appear in court March 21 on that charge.
In March 2006, Beatty was arrested in Stamford for sale of a hallucinogen; and in May 2005 for interfering with an officer. He was found guilty in both instances, and in each case sentenced to a year in prison.