Norwalk Woman From UPS Video In Trouble With Cops Again

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Tiffany Wills, 32, of Norwalk, was arrested on breach of peace, narcotics and other charges Tuesday by Norwalk police. Photo Credit: Norwalk Police Department

NORWALK, Conn. – The 32-year-old Norwalk woman whose obscenity-laced argument with a UPS driver was videotaped, was arrested Tuesday on unrelated charges allegedly stemming from an argument with her child’s father, police said.

Tiffany Wills, of High Street, was arrested at about 7:30 p.m. on misdemeanor charges of breach of peace, interfering with an officer, possession of narcotics and possession of marijuana.

Police said officers responded to a home on Jefferson Street Monday evening on a report of a woman, later identified as Wills, banging on the door and trying to gain entry. She allegedly became combative and screamed at officers as they tried to calm her down and take her into custody.

Wills was upset, police said, over a situation involving her child and a Department of Children and Families worker.
When police took her into custody, they said they found her carrying a plastic Airsoft pellet gun, a small amount of marijuana and a small amount of the narcotic PCP.

Earlier in the day, Wills allegedly almost had another encounter with the same UPS driver she quarreled with earlier this month, police said.

When the unnamed driver stopped on High Street, where Wills lives, at about 12:45 p.m. to make a delivery, she was out walking her dog and allegedly started yelling obscenities at him.

The driver immediately called his UPS supervisor and left the scene. The supervisor reported the incident, and officers talked to Wills but did not arrest her. The Jefferson Street incident occurred about seven hours later.

Wills was held in lieu of a $15,000 bond in connection with the Jefferson Street matter, and was scheduled to appear in Norwalk Superior Court Wednesday.

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Norwalk_truth:

Well knock me over w a feather.

sad situation:

Paige,
You are exactly correct about who they try to blame this on, but except for one part. She indeed was living in the shelter at that time. You are allowed to have passes to stay out if you chose to do so. Mothers with children can do this at anytime. Now i dont condoned this drug business at all. That was her fault, and you must pay the consequences of your actions. NPS hasnt been doing their jobs, since this issue occurred, we have kids that lives in stamford, bridgeport, Fairfield and darien that's way out of their own district. Some parents did the right thing by filling out the paper work, for out of district families, while the rest lies. So the parents that were denied, followed parents or family members to see where they lived. And took pictures to show proof. Its amazing now the school hallways arent jammed up like they use to be i wonder why? Its called lawsuits against NPS. If your ever around Norwalk High School by Marshalls, you can see the kids getting off the coastal bus, and if you are at the train station, take a good look at the kids getting off the train and getting on the Wheels Shuttle.

Paige:

Sad,

I'm not arguing with you, but I will say that I have heard Rep. Bruce Morris speak about this issue at length and he cautioned people that it's easy to mistake some situations, such as a child who lives in Norwalk returning from a visit with a divorced parent who does not reside in Norwalk.

Also, there are magnet schools in Norwalk and the Center for Global Studies at McMahon. I think the CGS is actually regional, so the students come from all over the county. Actually, Rep. Morris probably would be the best resource to check with about the situation with the out of district students.

Regarding Ms. McDowell and her unfortunate choices, you are correct that I did not know she had been registered at the Open Door, but I'm still not clear on why she had her son listed as living in the housing development with someone who was not related.

And finally, I totally agree that the McDowell situation and this one are very sad.

arockland:

Sounds like an angry woman. If I see her I'm walking in the other direction. Yikes!

arockland:

Sounds like an angry woman. If I see her I'm walking in the other direction. Yikes!

LOOK AT THIS:

Typical pot head

Pony Tail.Steve:

She looks like my baby sister

Pony Tail Steve:

Criminals like the color Orange apparently??

Paige:

The prisons issue frequently these wonderfully svelte orange jumpsuits nowadays. So flattering and eye catching!

Irish Girl:

We hear you like pink

Paige:

Hope you like the color orange, Ms. Wills, because it looks like that's the direction you are headed in.

Pony Tail Steve:

Pot and PCP make her mother of the year

Paige:

I hope she remembers to give Tanya McDowell our best when she gets to the Big House.

The Norwalk Truth:

Wasn't that something how Moccia went after this poor girl who sent her child to the wrong school. However Moccia ignored all the shootings, killing, and stabbing in Norwalk. Then all of a sudden the idiots of the NPD have an all out sting for this street level dealer Tanya McDowell. Moccia had Norwalk as a laughing stock on the national news...

Paige:

You need to actually read the documents.

Moccia and Marks had nothing to do with the McDowell situation. The investigation was started by the Norwalk Housing Authority because they had a tenant who was claiming an unrelated minor living in her unit. That is what triggered the investigation, not anything else. That tenant was also apparently running a pharmaceutical distribution business also, making her a less than desirable tenant. HUD had some very strict rules about this. That's what started it all, not Mayor Moccia, and not Superintendent Marks or anyone in NPS. If Ms. McDowell had registered with the Open Door, her child could have attended the school with no problem. But she didn't.

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