Kristopher Chimblo, 28, was arrested twice in one day (not his first arrest, not at all). There's one side of the Chimblo clan that has produced a long line of respectable citizens: builders, contractors, and such, and a 1948 Chimblo home, for instance, is still considered to be a solid, well-built structure.
And then you have their cousins, the Cos Cob Chimblos, who've been decorating the local police blotter for, I think, 3 generations. In, roughly, 1970, one of them burned down the Riverside train station, along with various other structures around Riverside, just for a lark. In the 90s a younger generation: Frank Chimblo Jr. and a sister and possibly other family members, were frequently arrested on various crimes: drug use, theft, etc. Frank ended up serving 6 years for supplying fentanyl and heroin that killed a 19-year-old town boy. Now young Kristopher has stepped up to continue that proud tradition.
There's no particular point to this posting, I suppose, but I find the long chain of criminality interesting: more a story you'd expect from Appalachian moonshiners than a Greenwich family, even if it is a Cos Cob one.