Motor Vehicle Stop Results in DUI, Weapon Charge

Greenwich Police report that a driver they pulled over in the area of I95 at exit two was in possession of a weapon in his vehicle.

Police patrolling Delavan Ave in Byram around 2:00am on May 30 say, the driver, later identified as Kennedy Patrick Waldren, 36, of Stamford, was observed not able to maintain its lane of travel as it as crossing the double yellow line.

After police stopped the car, the investigating officer observed Waldren to have glassy eyes and a thousand yard stare, and smell of the odor of alcohol. He was unable to perform field sobriety tests to standard.

Also, they say that during the search of the vehicle, a baseball bat was discovered in the rear seat of the of the vehicle, easily accessible to the driver, that had numerous dents in the metal that were not consistent with being used for playing baseball. Additionally, police say the end knob of the handle was cut off.

Waldren was charged with DUI, Failure to Drive in Proper Lane and Illegal Possession of a Weapon in Motor Vehicle.

He was released on $250 bond and has a date in Stamford Superior Court on June 13, 2022.