Man Known to Greenwich Police Charged with Violation Protective Order

Greenwich Police responded to Byram on June 9 on a report of a verbal argument between two people. On-scene investigation revealed a protective order was in place and had been violated.

Police charged Anwaar Sanchez, 45, of New Rochelle, NY with Violation of Protective Order, a Class D Felony. He was assigned the next available date in Bridgeport Superior Court on June 10, 2020.

Sanchez is known to Greenwich Police. In December 2018 Greenwich Police who were in Stamford Superior Court were advised that Sanchez would be coming off a transport from Bridgeport Correctional Facility. GPD had a warrant for his arrest for Possession of Narcotics for an incident on Nov 19, 2018.

Back on November 17 2018 police charged Sanchez with Disorderly Conduct (2 counts) and Assault 3 (2 counts) after an incident in Chickahominy. Police say Sanchez punched and slapped one victim in the head, face and back. He was also charged for allegedly slapping a second victim in the head.

Mr. Sanchez was charged with Possession of Narcotics.  He was processed and his bond was set at $2,500. He was turned over to State of CT Judicial Marshals. He was assigned a date in Stamford Superior Court on Jan 10, 2019.

While in police custody, police found a small amount of white powdery substance in a glassine bag in Sanchez’s possession. They later determined it tested positive for narcotics and got a warrant for Mr. Sanchez’s arrest.

In October 2017, after was involved in a neighbor dispute in Chickahominy, he was charged with Interfering with an Officer and Breach of Peace 2.