Cops: Man Faces Multiple Charges after Stop for Weaving on Putnam Ave, Providing False Name

On the afternoon of Sat., Oct. 4, Greenwich Police on patrol on West Putnam Ave observed a vehicle driven by “Jilberto Garcia” weaving while traveling east on West Putnam Ave. The vehicle was later observed straddling the broken white line further east on West Putnam Ave.

“Jilberto Garcia,” according to Greenwich Police, did not possess any form of identification.

Further investigation determined the operator’s true identity was Angel Chub, 50, of 13 Magnolia Ave in Norwalk. According to Police Chu not possess a valid driver’s license, nor any form of identification. Upon further investigation, according to Greenwich Police, Chub was revealed to possess an indefinitely suspended CT operators license.

Chub was charged with Operating a Motor Vehicle without a License, Failure to Maintain Lane and was charged additionally with Operating a Motor Vehicle with a Suspended License, Interfering with an Officer, and Forgery in the 2nd degree.

Chub is scheduled to appear in Stamford Superior Court on Oct. 14 and was released after posting bond of $200.