Back on Oct 30 Greenwich Police responded to the area of Amogerone Crossway and Greenwich Ave on a report of a suspicious person. As officers were conducting their investigation, a car almost struck one of the officers and sped away, committing numerous motor vehicle violations in the process.
An investigation was conducted and an arrest warrant was issued.
According to Lt Slusarz after police received the call of the suspicious person they approached a subject, later identified as Tramaine Tamari Kinard, 28, of Monroe street in Brooklyn, but he fled the scene. “Police presence spooked him,”Slusarz said, adding that it was unclear whether Kinard was the suspicious person or whether he had committed any crime before fleeing.
Nevertheless, Slusarz said, “Kinard got into a car and almost ran over a police car. He was zigging in and out of traffic and was last seen getting onto I95 southbound.”
From there GPD applied for and received a warrant for Kinard’s arrest.
This week investigators from Greenwich Police went to supreme court in Brooklyn to pick up Kinard.
Kinard was charged with Criminal Attempt/Assault, Interfering with Officer/Resisting, Traffic Control Signals, Disobeying Signal of Officer,Reckless Driving and Speeding.
Kinard’s bond was set at $100,000 and he has a date in Stamford Superior Court on Dec 18, 2019.