WESTPORT, Conn. A 20-year-old Westport man and two Fairfield residents were arrested Monday night and charged with using fake identification to buy liquor at the Black Duck Café in Westport, police said.
Matthew Barry, of 235 Bayberry Lane, and James Hansen and Robert MacDonald, both 19, were spotted in the Black Duck parking lot by an officer after an employee told the officer there was a person on the premises who wouldn't leave. Police said the three men were intoxicated.
In searching the men, the officer found three fake driver's licenses on MacDonald, and a driver's license belonging to a Stamford man on Barry. The IDs were used to buy liquor at the Black Duck, police said.
All three men were issued infractions charging them with false statement to procure liquor. Barry was additionally charged with criminal impersonation, and MacDonald was additionally charged with third-degree forgery and creating a public disturbance. Both men were released after posting a $250 bond and are due in court on Jan. 12.
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