Police log: Harassing phone calls, trespassing with pink roses
The Trumbull Police Department made the following arrests between Tuesday, May 31 and Monday, June 6:
Bronx man arrested for harassing sister, brother-in-law
A Bronx, NY, man turned himself in on a warrant for his arrest for harassment in the second degree at Trumbull police headquarters Thursday, June 2.
Police said Joseph Sanacore, 50, made several calls to a home on Aspen Lane that belonged to his sister and her husband on Aug. 28, 2012.
According to a report, Sanacore refused to answer several phone calls made by Trumbull police at the scene.
The Aspen Lane couple told police that the suspect had done something similar when they lived in Norwalk and that they felt uncomfortable with him repeating the pattern.
The report added that Sanacore called the couple later in the day — after receiving several phone calls and voicemails from a Trumbull officer — and asked them to stop having their friend, who he believed was pretending to be police, call him.
He was processed and released on a $500 bond. He is scheduled to appear in court Monday, June 13.
Pink roses left on doorstep lead to criminal trespass arrest
A Stratford man was arrested for criminal trespass in the first degree at his Oakland Place home around 5:10 a.m. Wednesday, June 1.
Police said John Kantorowski, 47, went to his ex-girlfriend’s house on Unity Road in Trumbull to drop off a dozen pink roses, which violated her request to not have him on her property.
According to a report, the woman called police and said she was fearful after discovering the roses on her doorstep.
The report added Kantorowski made several calls and texts to the victim at 12:12 a.m. — around the time police believe he was parked in her driveway.
Police said Kantorowski called the victim after delivering the flowers and admitted to police that he dropped them off at the Unity Road home earlier that morning.
He was held on a $500 bond and appeared in court Wednesday, June 1.