On Sunday, March 16th at approximately 6:00 p.m., State Police received a 911 call from a Haddam resident who was driving his vehicle along Route 154 in Higganum, in the area of Route 81.
According to Haddam Resident Trooper Enrico Milardo, the victim reported that he was being tailgated by a motorist operating a vehicle that subsequently turned out to be a 2001 Mercury Sable, driven by another Haddam resident, Tracy Ann Wood, 51, of Saybrook Road, Haddam, CT.
According to the complainant, Wood had followed him in an erratic manner, swerving all over the roadway and tailgating.
The victim reported that she subsequently followed him into his driveway, exiting her vehicle and ranted at him, regarding his driving abilities, as he entered his driveway.
Wood then reportedly drove away, continuing in an erratic style of driving.
Police said that they located Wood about a half-hour later at her residence, where she was found to be intoxicated and acting in a belligerent manner. She was charged with Breach of Peace, Simple Trespass and Following Too Close with Intent to Harass.
Wood was then transported to the Connecticut State Police barracks, Troop F in Westbrook, processed and released without incident, on a $1,000 bond and scheduled to appear at Middletown Superior Court on 3/27/14.