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A pair of dentures and a cell phone were reported stolen from a vehicle in Fairfield on Monday, police said.
The owner of the vehicle -- a green Dodge pickup -- reported the items missing from his work truck, which was unlocked and parked outside of his home on Sunfield Lane, according to the report.
The man believes the items were filched overnight, though neither he nor his dogs were woken by anything suspicious.
A patron reported his wallet was stolen from the frozen yogurt shop Monday evening, police said.
According to the report, the man left his wallet on either the counter or at his booth and realized he forgot to take it with him when he got home. When he returned to Pinkberry about 20 minutes after initially leaving, the wallet was gone.
Employees said they didn't see the black leather wallet, which contained a license, military ID, and $80 in cash, police said.
A Fairfield woman was charged with disorderly conduct after she allegedly threw a cup of warm coffee at her brother Sunday, police said.
Joli Csuka, 22, of Berkeley Road, and her brother were reportedly engaged in a verbal argument that escalated when Csuka threw the coffee and ran downstairs, police said.
She was released on a promise to appear in court and was scheduled to have appeared in court Monday.
A Waterbury man was charged Monday with issuing a bad check in Fairfield, police said.
Pierrot Badio, 46, reportedly wrote a bad check in March to Lewin Plumbing and Heating Supply on Kings Highway East.
Badio was taken into custody in Hamden by Fairfield detectives. He was released on a promise to appear in court on July 3.