Westport cops arrest three men
Updated 2:18 pm, Monday, August 15, 2016
Man allegedly stole
credit cards from cars
Westport police said Trevor Dixon broke into cars on Valley Road and nearby streets last October, stealing credit cards from unlocked vehicles.
Police said the 29-year-old stole the cards and gave them to an accomplice, who used them at Target stores in the Hartford area.
Dixon was charged with third-degree burglary and fifth-degree larceny. Police served him with a warrant Aug. 4 while Dixon was appearing in court for an unrelated charge. The resident of Henry Street in New Haven has a court date of Monday for the felony and misdemeanor charges.
Westport man arrested for dealing drugs
Josh Rauh allegedly sold DMT, a hallucinogenic drug, to a man who overdosed in May.
The overdose victim survived, but was unconscious when police arrived to a Compo Road South address earlier this year.
He was treated at the scene before being taken to the hospital.
Westport police said Rauh, 24, admitted he ordered the DMT on the internet and gave it to the man who overdosed.
The resident of Wilton Road in Westport turned himself in Aug. 4 after police issued a warrant for his arrest.
Police charged Rauh with sale of a hallucinogen/narcotic and possession of a controlled substance.
Rauh’s bail was set at $25,000 ahead of his Aug. 11 court date for the felony charges.
charged with assault
John Norris allegedly punched someone in the face during an argument last October at Hall-Brooke Behavioral Health Services at 47 Long Lots Road in Westport. Police said the 24-year-old resident of Boston Avenue in Bridgeport was served with a warrant by police while appearing at court in Norwalk for an unrelated charge on Aug. 4.
Norris was charged with third-degree assault and disorderly conduct. His court date is Monday Aug. 15 for the misdemeanor charges.