STAMFORD, Conn. A Stamford man got into a family argument Sunday night, then moved a couch in front of the entrance of the living room and began breaking things, police said.
Pedro Ramon Lazo-Katy, 20, of 246 Connecticut Ave. was arrested after his mother let police into the home, police said. Police said they found the man lying on another couch and that there was broken glass and a toppled Christmas tree on the floor.
Lazo-Katy was charged with second-degree criminal mischief and disorderly conduct, police said.
Also in the Police Blotter
? Fadwa Atid, 25, of 489 Glenbrook Road in Stamford was arrested Monday morning on charges of first-degree criminal trespassing and interfering with an officer/ resisting arrest.
? James Nelson, 45, of 19 Dryden St. in Stamford was charged with sixth-degree larceny on Monday morning for an incident on Nov. 30.
? Marvin Ramirez, 30, of 44 Liberty St. in Stamford was arrested early Monday morning on disorderly conduct charges.
? Jose Migue Ruiz, 29, of 23 Davenport St. in Stamford was charged with interfering/resisting arrest on Monday morning.
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