Darien man arrested for trespassing early Thanksgiving morning
An allegedly intoxicated 23-year-old Darien man was arrested for trespassing early Thanksgiving morning after banging on the door of one Darien home and entering and allegedly falling asleep in another person’s home, thinking it was his own.
On Nov. 28, at about 2:40 a.m., officers were dispatched to a Harriet Lane residence on the report of a suspicious person banging on the door and ringing the doorbell. When the complainant opened the door to see who was there, a white male subject ran in to his home. When the complainant asked the subject his name, he replied “Nick.” The complainant told the subject to leave and he did. The complainant then contacted the police, however responding officers were unable to locate the subject at the time.
At approximately 5 a.m., officers were dispatched to a Raymond Street residence on the report of a suspicious person at that location. The description of the suspicious person matched the description of the subject that officers had been searching for earlier from the Harriet Lane incident.
Officers located the subject near the Raymond St. address and he was identified by his ID card as Nicholas Lombardo, 23, of Darien.
The complainant from the Raymond Street residence stated that she was in her home when she allegedly observed Lombardo sitting at the bottom of her steps inside her home. The complainant stated that Lombardo appeared to be passed out from intoxication as he did not move when she told him to leave. The complainant stated that she got her sons to help her get him outside. Police said the complainant said that her house was unlocked and she was unsure as to how long Lombardo was in her house. The complainant stated that Lombardo was allegedly unaware of his surroundings and thought that he was in his own house.
Based on the two incidents Lombardo was arrested and charged with simple trespass and disorderly conduct. He was released on a Promise to Appear and is due in Stamford Superior Court on Dec. 10. The complainant from the Harriet Lane incident did not wish to pursue charge