NORWALK, Conn. — A Norwalk woman called the police early Saturday morning after he ex-boyfriend showed up drunk at her home and would not stop banging on her door, according to the Hour.
The woman told police that Alan Pierre-Louis, 27, of Stamford showed up at her Soundview Avenue home around 1 a.m. Saturday, the Hour reported. The former couple have a child together, but the woman has custody and did not want the child to be near Pierre-Louis when he is drunk, according to the Hour.
After police arrived, Pierre-Louis agreed to leave at first, but then became angry and refused to leave, according to the Hour. He grabbed onto a railing, then tried to pull away from officers, the Hour reported. He was brought to the ground and arrested, police told the Hour.
He was charged with disorderly conduct and interfering with an officer and held on a $500 bond, according to the Hour.