Julia G. Ozzano, 19, of West Avenue, Darien, was charged with possession of less than 4 ounces of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia at 12:28 a.m. on Tuesdaym July 13.

An officer parked near South Avenue observed a Subaru Outback operated by Ozzano traveling southbound on South Avenue near Church Street with a defective headlamp, according to police. The officer stopped the vehicle, and upon asking for license and registration, saw marijuana in the glovebox, according to the report. The officer then searched the rest of the vehicle and found rolling papers on the floor of the front passenger compartment, as well as a rolling-paper machine behind the backseat and a small bottle in the driver's side door pocket containing marijuana reside, police said.

Ozzano was released on a promise to appear in court Monday, July 26.

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A Chevrolet Suburban, parked on the street near a Southwood Drive residence was vandalized during the early morning hours of Tuesday, July 13, according to police.

An officer driving down Southwood Drive at 1:05 a.m. observed toilet paper in trees across the vehicle, according to the police report. The officer then noticed the SUV, which was covered in obscene words, as well as pictures of the male anatomy and a swastika, drawn in blue spray paint, according to police.

The vehicle's owner, a 41-year-old New Canaan man, told the officer the paint had not been there at 11:45 p.m. July 12 when he last checked, police said. The damage estimate is $2,000. Police are not yet certain whether it was a targeted incident, according to the report.

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Police responded to a burglary alarm at a residence on Country Club Road at 8:44 p.m. on Tuesday, July 13. When an officer arrived on scene, he found one door unsecured; he then found the front door had been forced open, according to police. Upon entering the home, police found that the house had been rummaged through; the burglar attempted to take a jewelry box, but left it at the scene, the report states. The homeowner was out of the state at the time of the incident, but the family's adult daughter was in the area, police said. So far nothing has been reported stolen, according to police.

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Jason E. Turoczi, 28, of Tide Mill Terrace, Fairfield, turned himself in on a paperless re-arrest warrant for violating probation at 8:46 p.m. on Thursday July 15, according to police.

The warrant was issued for violating parole on May 26, according to police. The parole is in relation to a charge of second-degree forgery filed in New Canaan in December, 2007, police said. He posted a $25,000 bond.

While he was at the station, police discovered that the Norwalk Police also had a re-arrest warrant for Turoczi, according to New Canaan Police Sgt. Carol Ogrinc. The Norwalk warrant was also for a violation of parole, which occurred on June 4, police said. The Norwalk parole stemmed from a charge of second-degree forgery filed with the department in April, 2006, Ogrinc said. He posted a $5,000 bond for the second warrant. He is scheduled to answer to both charges in Norwalk Court Tuesday, July 27.

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A 50-year-old resident of Jelliff Mill Road reported being the victim of fraud at 4:42 p.m. on Saturday July 17. The woman told police she had received calls from a collection agency working with AT&T, concerning two accounts opened in her name, police said. She told police she had not opened either of the accounts. According to the report, she was told the first account was opened in March 2009, and had an outstanding balance of $540; the second account was opened in March 2010 and had an outstanding balance of $263. The matter is under investigation, police said.