Three generations of bad actors — no, not the Fondas; Henry Fonda was quite good

 KRISTOPHER Chimblo poses, again, for the GPD

KRISTOPHER Chimblo poses, again, for the GPD

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.