POUND RIDGE, N.Y. Pound Ridge police arrested two Wilton, Conn., youths last week after they were found trespassing on Aquarion watershed property and in possession of a small amount of marijuana and an array of marijuana paraphernalia.
Police said they were called to Dann Farm Road at 7 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 15, by a resident who told them two people dressed all in black had knocked on the door seeking assistance because their vehicle had become stuck.
Officers located the suspects on the watershed property one male and one female and took them into custody.
Gregory Macintyre, 21, and a 17-year-old female whose name was withheld due to youthful offender status were arrested and charged. Both are from Wilton.
Macintyre was charged with trespassing and unlawful possession of marijuana, both violations, as well as with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawfully dealing with a child both misdemeanors.
We found that the girl had been consuming alcohol and since she was under age, we charged the male with unlawfully dealing with a child, Pound Ridge Police Chief David Ryan said.
The female was charged with two violations: trespassing and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Ryan said police also found an eclectic array of marijuana paraphernalia in the vehicle, including several elaborate bongs enclosed in a velvet-lined case and a scale disguised as an iPhone.
Ryan and Sgt. Mike Armistead said they had never seen anything like the iPhone/scale in all their years in law enforcement. Ryan said the scale may indicate that the suspect was selling marijuana, although no significant amount of the drug was located.
It was just a small amount less than an ounce, Ryan said.
Both subjects were transported to Pound Ridge police headquarters, where they were processed and released on $250 bail and released to their parents. They are expected back in court Jan. 9.
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