A Stamford couple with a small child was charged with selling marijuana at their Glenbrook home following a raid Friday afternoon.
George Moschos, 41, and Christie Calka, 26, of 116 Colonial Road, were charged with possession of less than four ounces of marijuana, sale of marijuana, operating a drug factory, risk of injury to a child, possession of an hallucinogen, conspiracy to sell marijuana, possession of a controlled substance and possession of narcotics.
Calka was released on a written promise to appear at court and Moschos was released after posting a $500 bond.
Capt. Richard Conklin said responding to neighborhood complaints about traffic and possible drug dealing, the department’s Narcotics and Organized Crime squad raided Moschos and Calka’s apartment at 2:45 p.m. Friday. Inside, police found a little over an ounce of marijuana, digital scales, marijuana grinders, and empty bags once containing marijuana, Conklin said. Police also found Suboxone pills, which are used to treat addiction to opiates, Conklin said.
A man who pulled in front of the house while the raid was going on -apparently looking to buy some pot from the two- was charged with criminal attempt at possession of marijuana, Conklin said.
Conklin said Calka was freed on a promise to appear at court because there was no one to take care of her child if she was held on bond.
The two were given the risk of injury charge because the couple’s 14-month old daughter was in the apartment when police found the drugs.
The two are scheduled to be arraigned on the charges on Nov. 29.