Greenwich Man Charged after Threatening Store Employees Who Asked Him to Wear a Face Mask

This week Greenwich Police arrested a Greenwich man by warrant for an incident that took place back on June 8.

Police say on June 8 they received a call from a local store reporting that a man had entered without a face mask and then threatened employees.

The accused, Jack Nastahowski, 56, of High Street in Greenwich, was advised of store policy requiring all customers who enter the business to wear a face mask.

Police say Nastahowski became irate with this and allegedly threatened employees, causing them to be alarmed and fearful they would be assaulted.

Police obtained a warrant for Nastahowski and on June 24 he was arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct.

After being processed, he was released on a Written Promise to Appear in Court and has a date in Stamford Superior Court on July 15, 2020.