On Sept. 28 at 8:49 p.m. Dorian Smith, 18, of Roanake, Va., was charged with possession of marijuana under 4 ounces and drug paraphernalia. Police said a 47-year-old male reported suspicious behavior by two individuals on Hilcrest Road.

The complainant saw two young males driving a brown Honda accord wearing black ski masks. Police pulled over the matching vehicle and found Smith wearing a black skull cap. Smith admitted being in the area visiting friends and consented to a search of his vehicle police said. Upon the search, police found a green plastic bong with evidence of marijuana and two black ski masks matching the complainant's suspicion.

Police said Smith did not post his $500 bond and was transported to court the following morning.

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A 44-year-old South Avenue resident reported fraud on Sept. 28. The complainant received a letter from Wells Fargo declining an application for a credit card that he never applied for, police said. Shortly after that, he received two new debit cards from Bank of America for a new account.

Police said that upon further investigation, nine other accounts were opened at Wachovia Bank. All the complainant's accounts have been frozen and no money was lost. The matter is still under investigation.

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A 46-year-old female reported a larceny in front of her home on Park Street on Sept. 30 at around 6 p.m. police said.

The woman had parked her vehicle in front of her house on the street at 7 p.m. the previous evening according to police. She had noticed her center console and glove box were opened and her Garmin GPS unit was missing.

There was no evidence of force and the car was left unlocked. Police said the GPS is valued at around $200.

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On Sept. 30 at 8:39 p.m. a 45-year-old complainant reported fraudulent checks cashed from his account. Police said the man had no checks missing and that the checks were probably counterfeit with forged signatures.

The victim reported two separate transactions from his account totaling to almost $10,000. Police said his bank account has been closed and the matter is still under investigation.

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A 38-year-old female New Canaan resident reported a larceny from Saxe Middle School at 1 p.m. on Oct. 1.

Police said she had left her vehicle locked at the driveway entrance of the school with her purse on the front passenger side floor. She was away from her car from noon to 12:50 p.m. Upon her return, she found her front passenger side window shattered and her purse stolen.

Police said the Louis Vuitton purse was valued at $1,000 and a Prada wallet inside was valued at $800. It is also estimated that $500 cash and credit cards were in the purse as well. Police are waiting to get a hold of a security tape at the scene to investigate the matter further.

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A 17-year-old boy of New Canaan was charged with illegal possession of less than 4 ounces of marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Oct. 1 at 11:30 p.m.

A suspicious vehicle parked on Charles Place was reported by a local resident. Police questioned the driver and received vague unintelligible answers. The driver's eyes also appeared red and glazed over police said. In plain view, police noticed a long plastic tube and detected a strong odor of marijuana. Police also found a partially smoked marijuana cigarette on the back seat floor of the vehicle.

Upon further investigation of the vehicle, police found a black grinder with marijuana residue and a vaporizer believed to assist in the inhalation of the marijuana. Police said the passenger was not charged because the driver admitted to everything being his property.

The teen's court date is set for Oct. 13.

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A 47-year old female of New Canaan reported her license plate stolen on Oct. 2. Police have filed it as being possibly lost or stolen. The woman discovered that her front plate was missing on Sept. 28 police said.

She has been advised to get new plates from the DMV.