Cops: Topless woman asked to cover up at Compo Beach, shows more

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Cops: Topless woman asked to cover up at Compo Beach, shows more

WESTPORT – A 28-year-old Norwalk woman has been arrested after allegedly removing the top part of her bathing suit at Compo Beach last month.

Police said when a person told the woman that her behavior was “inappropriate for a public beach,” the woman allegedly removed the bottom portion of her bathing suit exposing her buttocks.

The person who complained had a juvenile child with her who, police said, “apparently witnessed this entire incident.”

More than a month after the incident and “an extensive investigation,” Anna Lee Halderman, 28, of Renzulli Road in Norwalk was arrested. She was charged with risk of injury to a minor and breach of peace.

Police said the incident happened around 1:30 p.m. on Monday, July 15.

“Officers responded to Compo Beach on what was reported by the complainant as an indecent exposure.” police said in a release.“The caller reported to officers that she had observed a female on the beach remove the top portion of her bathing suit to tan. Believing that this behavior was inappropriate for a public beach, this individual attempted to confront the woman about what she was doing.“Upon speaking with this individual and attempting to convey her concerns, the woman allegedly became belligerent and […]

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