Darien police say they clocked a 32-year-old driver speeding down Hoyt Street at 52 mph Wednesday evening, then found three Oxycontin pills on him.
The man also falsely identified himself to police because his own driver's license is suspended and his vehicle, a 2003 BMW 325IA, wasn't registered, police said.
Darien police gave this account of the incident:
At about 9:45 p.m., Parim Vzivoli of 631 Fairfield Ave., Stamford, was driving south on Hoyt Street when a police officer determined by radar that he was traveling at 52 mph in a 30 mph zone.
Vzivoli's car was stopped near the intersection of Hoyt and Phillips Lane (see attached map)
The driver identified himself as Blerim Vzivoli, but the police officer noticed the name on an insurance document was Parim Vrzivoli. Parim then admitted that he had given the officer the name of a cousin because his own license had been suspended.
Vrzivoli was then arrested, and when police searched him they found three Oxycontin pills in one of his pants pockets.
Vrzivoli was charged with possession of narcotics, criminal impersonation, interfering with an officer, speeding, operating with a suspended license and operating an unregistered motor vehicle.
He posted a $500 bond and is scheduled to appear Oct. 9 in state Superior Court in Stamford.