Plainfield Man Faces Multiple Drug, Traffic Charges - NBC Connecticut

Plainfield Man Faces Multiple Drug, Traffic Charges

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    A Plainfield man faces multiple charges after he attempted to escape police during a traffic stop, according to police.

     Police say Christopher Danyow, 31 was driving the wrong direction on Humphrey Lane in Killingly around 7 p.m. Saturday. Troopers stopped the vehicle. When asked for identification, Danyow gave a false name and date of birth. Police say he then left the car and fled on foot. Troopers caught up with him and placed him under arrest.

     Danyow was found in possession of narcotics, several glassine baggies containing heroin and cocaine, marijuana, and various drug paraphernalia. Police also discovered he had three active failure to appear warrants.

     He was charged with operating an unregistered motor vehicle, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, driving the wrong way on a road/highway, possession of narcotics not kept in the original container, possession of narcotics, possession of less than ½ ounce of marijuana, interfering with a police officer, two counts of failure to appear in the second degree and one count of failure to appear in the first degree. He was held on a $27,500 bond and is expected to appear in Danielson Superior Court on Monday.