Man Known to Greenwich Police Charged after Belligerent Behavior at Bank Branch

A local man known to Greenwich Police was arrested on Monday, July 26, following an incident at Greenwich Bank & Trust on East Putnam Avenue in Riverside.

Police say they received a call from the bank saying they had an intoxicated individual who behaving belligerently and had grabbed the branch manager’s arm. Also, that he was yelling and cursing at employees.

Police identified the man as Martin Marusak, 49, of Perry Place in Greenwich.

He was later arrested and charged with Disorderly Conduct. He has a date in Stamford Superior Court on August 13, 2021.

Back in November 2019 Marusak was charged with Violating a Protective Order/Threatening/Harassment/Assault.

In June 2019, Marusak was arrested after police spotted him stumbling along Putnam Ave. After police responded they confirmed Marusak had an active arrest warrant for an incident on June 12, 2019. He was charged with two counts of Violation of Protective Order, Threatening 2, Criminal Trespass 1 and Disorderly Conduct.

Back in June 2015, police responded to Harold Street in Cos Cob on a report of an incident occurring between a male and female family member. On scene investigation revealed that Martin Marusak was screaming loudly within the residence, pushing a female family member and striking her with a couch cushion. He was charged with Disorderly Conduct.