After Westport resident Robert Kligerman of 19 Otter Trail allegedly took his parents' car without permission Saturday night, he found himself in a game of hide and seek with police.
According to police reports, when officers arrived, the parents' car was parked at the end of the street. They told police that after Kligerman, 28, returned the car, he ran into the house, was "acting crazy" and threatened to hurt himself.
Upon searching the home, police learned that Kligerman had run out the back door. He was later found at Bridge Mobil, talking on the phone with officers who were still at the house.
Police learned of three arrest warrants out for Kligerman's arrest, including one issued by Stamford police on a charge of violating probation. One from Greenwich was on a charge of second-degree failure to appear, and the third, out of Fairfield, was for first-degree failure to appear.
Kligerman was charged Saturday with interfering with an officer. He is due in court Oct. 20.
Also from the police blotter:
? Constantino Miccio of Westport, whose address is listed as a P.O. box at Saugatuck Station, was picked up by a patrolling officer Saturday night on a warrant. The warrant stems from a March car accident in which Miccio, 79, allegedly hit another car as he tried to pass it. Miccio was underinsured at the time. He was charged with failure to pay or plead and will appear in court Oct. 20.
? Trumbull resident Aleksandra Ulisse, 39, got the attention of police after rear-ending a car in front of her Saturday night. During the investigation, police could smell alcohol on Ulisse's breath. Ulisse, who refused to submit to a breath test, failed field sobriety tests. She was charged with operating under the influence and following too closely. She will appear in court Oct. 18.
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