Port Chester police watched a suspicious interaction and
then arrested a Norwalk, Ct. man for drug possession on Oct. 11 at 8:41 p.m.,
The officer saw a car driving with the lights off and then saw someone approach the car and then leave after a few minutes, Police Lt. James Ladeairous said.
After observing the car for some time, the officer asked the driver what he was doing. The driver allegedly lied and said he was dropping off friends to get tacos. The officer saw an open 12-ounce bottle of beer in the front drink holder and that the windshield had a big crack. There was also a clear, plastic zip lock bag with one pill in it. The driver said it was a Percocet but police say it was an Oxycodone, for which the driver had no prescription.
The man, a 21-year-old Norwalk resident, was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, seventh degree, a misdemeanor. He was also issued a summons for the cracked windshield and for the open container.