NORWALK, Conn. -- A 24-year-old Norwalk woman was arrested four times in four days in a series of unusual and unrelated incidents, according to police.
Angela Umpierre,was arrested on several charges, including second-degree breach of peace, two counts of sixth-degree larceny, third-degree burglary, falsely reporting an incident and fourth-degree criminal mischief.
Umpierre's first arrest came Friday morning, when she got into an altercation with a girlfriend in the lobby of the Norwalk Police Department, according to police reports. She was taken into custody at the station. While in custody, she admitted she had committed stolen an item at a Norwalk sporting goods store and was charged with sixth-degree larceny, police said.
She was arrested again Saturday after stealing the keys to a truck at Columbus Magnet School, police said. The supervisor of people performing community service at the school called police and said he was unable to find his keys, which he had left in his truck.
He told officers that Umpierre had approached him with the keys and offered them back for $20, according to police reports. When officers responded, she told them she had found the keys on the basketball court, but then later said she took them from the truck, according to police reports. She was taken into custody again and released on a promise to appear in court.
Umpierre called police Sunday morning to report that a relative had stabbed her in the buttocks with a 5-inch knife. When police responded, she rode up on a bike and exposed her rear end to the officers, according to police reports. There were no stab wounds, police said.
She then said her relative "smacked" her, not stabbed her, and she wanted help in retrieving money that her relative owed her, police said. She was taken into custody on a charge of falsely reporting an incident. While in custody, police said she broke a cordless phone while trying to get someone to bond her out. Her $10,000 bond was later reduced to a promise to appear in court.
She called police again Monday morning to report a theft, police said. While speaking with officers, she started to make threats against a family member and was arrested again. She was held on $2,500 bond and appeared in court Monday.
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