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Wilton Police Seek Two Men After Bank Is Damaged

WILTON, Conn. – The Wilton Police Department is looking for two men who damaged the doors to the Fairfield County Bank branch in Georgetown.

According to reports, a passenger in a large pickup truck got out to use the ATM, located inside a set of glass doors. The driver then drove the truck into the glass doors, preventing the passenger from leaving the building, a witness said.

The damaged doors would not open once the truck was moved, police said. After several attempts by the passenger to kick the door open, the driver once again drove the truck into the glass doors, breaking them, police said.

The witness got the license plate number, and detectives were following several leads.

Also on the Police Blotter:

• A Ridgefield woman failed to negotiate a turn at Cannon Road on Saturday and rolled her 2005 Subaru off the road, police reported. Sarah Andre, 58, was charged with failing to stay in the correct lane. She refused transportation to Norwalk Hospital, although she complained of pain in her knee and was shaken up.

• Police found three teenage boys swimming at Rock Lake on Norwalk Water Co. property, and they were charged with trespassing Sunday. Police said the teens were given verbal warnings not to trespass.

• Bonnie Piro-Rivera, 39, of Bridgeport, was charged with embezzlement and theft by the Wilton police. According to the police report, Rivera was accused of taking $1,850 from a patient at Wilton Dental Associates, where she was formerly employed. Rivera was also accused of stealing $120 worth of scrap metal from the dental group. Bond was set at $5,000.

• During routine checks Monday, a Wilton officer determined that Paige Neukom, 21, of Roxbury, had outstanding warrants from New Milford Police on a larceny charge and from State Police on motor vehicle violations. The Wilton police reported they held Neukom on the warrants before discovering she had the controlled substance Suboxone, which was illegally purchased, in her possession. Wilton police charged her with possession of a controlled substance. She was released on a promise to appear and is due in court June 12.

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