FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- A Ridgefield man was arrested after police said he struggled with and officer while refusing to turn down his music at a home on Fairfield Beach Road, according to the News Times.
Police told the News Times that 53-year-old Anthony Guillaro, an affordable housing developer, was charged with interfering with an officer and disorderly conduct on Monday when officers responded to a complaint about loud music coming from a home he owns on Fairfield Beach Road. When the officers arrived, they heard music and saw people standing on a deck drinking, the News Times reported.
Guillaro was asked to turn the music down, but instead he went inside and turned it up, police told the New Times. After arguing with an officer, he put his hands on the officer's chest, the News Times reported. The officer then pushed his hands away and went to handcuff him, but Guillaro began flailing his arms, the News Times reported.
The two struggled, and at one point fell on a table and broke some glasses, according to the News Times. Police were going to issue him a misdemeanor summons, but he refused to sign it, the News Times reported. He was taken into custody, and while being processed he also refused to be fingerprinted, according to the News Times.
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