WILTON, Conn. A one-time Wilton resident who town police accused of driving her car into a Wilton YMCA building is facing a charge of driving while intoxicated.
Marie Levy, 48, who had no known address, was charged Aug. 2 with DUI, a misdemeanor.
Police said they received a call at about 12:48 a.m. about a car crashing into a building at the Wilton YMCA. Police said the woman was driving her Volvo station wagon from the south employee lot to the main parking lot when she turned right and failed to stop in the parking space near the Wilton Wahoo lifeguard shack building. Police said the car drove through the fence and into the north corner of the building, causing significant damage, including a sink in the mens bathroom getting knocked off the wall.
Levy told officers that she was attempting to park and pressed the accelerator instead of the vehicles brake.
Police said Levy had a blood-alcohol content of .122 when she was tested by officers.
Levy was released on $500 bond and is scheduled to appear Monday in Norwalk Superior Court.
The following items were also reported by Wilton Police:
Disorderly Conduct: Jessica Anastasia, 19, of Danbury Road, was charged Saturday with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. Police said Anastasia was involved in an argument with her mother, who believed Anastasia had stolen money from her. Eventually, a struggle for her mothers purse began and Anastasia pushed her mother away before taking $80 and leaving the residence, police said. Anastasia was released and appeared Monday in Norwalk Superior Court.
Hitting Mailboxes: A 52-year-old Monroe man was charged Tuesday with evading responsibilty and failure to stay in the proper lane, both motor vehicle violations. Police said the man was stopped by an officer on Danbury Road near School Street at about 3:05 a.m. when an officer noticed he was driving with one headlight. Police said the man hit several mailboxes along Danbury Road while driving and the car had fresh damage to the front right side. Police said the man told the officer he must have fallen asleep while driving. He was scheduled to appear Wednesday in Norwalk Superior Court.
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