.

Cops: Stamford Pair Facing PCP Charges After Running Red Light

The men were pulled over for allegedly traveling through a red light. The subsequent discovery of a mason jar filled with alleged PCP led to their arrests.

An alleged red light violation led to a pair of Stamford men being arrested on drug charges early Wednesday, police said Wednesday morning.

According to authorities, a vehicle being driven at approximately 1:15 a.m. by a man identified by police as Anthony D. Domond, 28, of Prince Pl., traveled through a red light and was subsequently stopped.

Police said as the officers approached the vehicle, they detected a chemical scent typically associated with PCP. Police removed Domond and a passenger identified as Jackson Flemming Harris, 26, of Piave St., from the vehicle.

A search allegedly turned up a mason jar containing 14.2 grams of individually packaged PCP. Authorities also said both Domond and Harris appeared to be under the influence.

Domond faces charged of sale of certain illegal drugs, possession of a hallucinogen, illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under suspension and traffic control signals. He was given a bond of $10,000.

HArris was charged with possession of a hallucinogen, sale of certain illegal drugs and criminal possession of a hallucinogen. He was given a bond of $7,500.

Both men have a scheduled court date of Mar. 15th, 2013.

***

Stamford Arrests

Zachary Andrew Hanulik, 19, of Horton St., charged Tuesday night with illegal operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs or alcohol and excessive noise.

Katrina Shaane Lomax, 29, of Stillwater Ave., charged early Tuesday with illegal sale of alcohol - club/organization and illegal dispensing of liquor without a permit.

Melvin Valdes Murphy, 54, of Pacific St., charged early Tuesday with failure to pay or plead to an infraction.

Charles Mitchell Taylor, 39, of Sheriden St., charged Tuesday morning with second-degree threatening and disorderly conduct.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »