On May 31, were called to Grieb's Pharmacy at 1021 Post Rd. on a report that a man there seemed to be wearing a bulletproof vest. Although that wasn't the case, police said they found 19 pills in the man's front pocket.
The pills were later identified as OxyContin-type narcotics, and they weren't in their original containers, a violation of the law, police said. When the pills were identified, police applied for and were issued an arrest warrant for Donald Jones, 35, of 6 Duffy St., Stamford.
Jones turned himself in to police and was released on a written promise to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford.