WILTON, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Wilton last week:
- Sima Honarbakhsh, a 61-year-old Wilton resident, was charged with breach of peace after she brandished an ignited lighter at the Cactus Rose and told restaurant patrons they were "going to hell" for eating at the establishment, police said.
- Tori Alverez, 21, of 4 Hillcrest Road, Danbury, turned herself in to Wilton police after learning there were seven warrants out for her arrest, police said.
- A former Wilton woman, 67-year-old Anne Murray, detailed to the Wilton Villager.com the story of how she was mauled by her pet American pit bull terrier last November and about her difficult recovery.
- A former Wilton preschool aide, Eric Von Kohorn, 55, of Fairfield, was arraigned on child porn charges after 120 video files of child pornography were found on his laptop computer.
- Lindsey Rogers-Seitz of Ridgefield, whose son died after he was forgotten in a hot car in July, is pushing for car safety regulations and laws to prevent such deaths in the future.
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