FAIRFIELD, Conn. - A New York man was charged with trespassing after Fairfield University security contacted police about a reckless driver on the campus.
On Sept. 11, campus security told police that David Gelormino, 22, of Farmingville, N.Y. had been issued a written warning to not come onto campus, and that this had not been the first occasion he had been on the campus without a valid reason.
According to the report, when Gelormino saw the campus security cars approaching him he sped away but was stopped behind Alumni Hall. When security approached him they reported smelling a strong odor of marijuana coming from the car.
Gelormino was charged by Fairfield police with criminal trespassing and was released to his father on a $250 cash bond. He is due at Bridgeport Superior Court on Oct. 3.