MYSTERY GREENWICH DRUG DEALER ARRESTED FOR POSSESSION
A 17-year-old Greenwich boy was arrested Sept. 25 and charged with intent to sell a controlled substance, possession of marijuana under four ounces, possession of drug paraphernalia and having weapons in a motor vehicle. The police department’s narcotics division had been investigating numerous complaints about the boy selling marijuana since February. According to police reports, the boy had been placed under surveillance and officers saw him get into a car and drive to Port Chester, N.Y. where narcotics are known to be sold. Police said he gave someone something and took something back in return. Police believed this was a drug transaction and pulled the boy’s car over. Officers said they found 7.2 grams of marijuana in the car in small plastic bags, a smoking pipe and a drug grinder with residue in it. Police also reported finding a throwing knife and a lock blade knife in the open position in the vehicle’s center console. The boy was released on a $1,000 cash bond into the custody of his father and is due in court Oct. 8.
Police arrested three teenage boys, one 17-year-old and two 16-year-olds, Sept. 27 and charged them with third degree criminal mischief and conspiracy to commit third degree criminal mischief. Police believe the three damaged a mailbox on Fairview Terrace. They were released on promises to appear in court Oct. 8 and were released into the custody of their parents.
A 16-year-old Greenwich boy was arrested Sept. 27 and charged with disorderly conduct. Police had received a report of a boyfriend and girlfriend fighting. Police said the boy allegedly put his hand on her neck. He was released on a $1,000 surety bond and was due in court Sept. 29.
Bogumil Mosiej, 26, of 6 Bedford Road was arrested Sept. 28 and charged with driving under the influence. Police had been sent to Barcelona Restaurant on West Putnam Avenue on the report of a disorderly group there. Mosiej was one of the ones at the scene and police reportedly saw him get into his car and try to leave. In an attempt to interview him, police pulled the vehicle over, after he first reportedly tried to drive away after the flashing lights were activated, and alleged that Mosiej had red, glassy eyes and smelled of alcohol. He then reportedly failed field sobriety tests. He was arrested and additionally charged with failure to obey an officer’s signal. Mosiej was released on a $500 cash bond and is due in court Oct. 13.