A Bridgeport man was arrested by Westport police Sunday night after he failed to stop on I-95 southbound while being pulled over.
Police said Angel Reyes, 30, was spotted driving in and out of lanes between Exits 18 and 17. It was also noticed several items were hanging from his rearview mirror. When the officer turned on his lights and siren to stop Reyes, he continued driving. When Reyes eventually stopped at Exit 14, he was uncooperative and taken into custody.
It was later found that Reyes had an active order of protection against him, and the protected party was in the rear passenger seat of his car. Reyes was charged with criminal violation of a protective order, interfering with an officer, disobeying the signal of an officer, improper passing and articles obstructing view. He was held overnight and arraigned at Norwalk court on Monday.
Also from the police blotter:
? Stamford resident Anne Wade, 46, turned herself in to Westport police Thursday afternoon learning there were two warrants for her arrest. The warrants stemmed from motor vehicle charges and a narcotics charge she failed to appear for, police said. She was charged with first-degree failure to appear and second-degree failure to appear. She posted bond and is due in court on June 20.
? Pietro Fiore, 34, of Bridgeport, turned himself in to Westport police on a warrant for his arrest. The warrant stems from motor vehicle violations that he failed to appear in court for, police said. He was charged with second-degree failure to appear. He was released after posting bond and is due in court on June 20.
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