• Sheri [sic] G. Lampert, 54, of 21 Meadowcroft Road, was charged Monday with breach of peace and second-degree criminal mischief after she allegedly drove a vehicle through the garage door of a Doubling Road residence, police said.
Upon arrival, responding officers observed a woman standing on the front steps of the residence, screaming at the door, police said. The vehicle had front end damage, and pieces of wood were sticking out of the hood, police said.
The garage door was also damaged, police said. Lampert admitted driving the vehicle through the door, according to police.
Lampert is scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in Stamford Wednesday.
In 1918, Bolling was posthumously awarded the Legion of Honor and the Distinguished Service medal. An airbase in Washington DC was named Bolling Air Force Base. Several monuments were built in his honor, including the one in Greenwich. Money was solicited from town citizens for the monument. It was unveiled in 1922. The sculpture and stone base weighed 500 pounds. Approximately $15,000 was raised in 1977 to clean and repair the monument.
The Greyledge estate was not so fortunate. After many years of occupancy by the Bollings, after the 1960s the estate passed from person to person. In 2001, Spencer and Shari Lampert bought the house for $7.6 million. In 2004, it was put on the market for $8 million, but nobody “bit”. Despite public outcry, Greyledge was demolished in 2006 to make way for a new mansion. A great historic house was gone forever.
UPDATE: Spencer is a Tudor. Managing director, in fact, or he was.