#Norwalk CT–On April 18, 2017 at 8:39 PM, Officer Michael Sellas was patrolling Chestnut Street and observed suspicious activity in the area of 57. As he approached the area in his police car, he observed a male in a white Toyota speaking to a juvenile. As the officer got closer, the male quickly drove away.
Here are the details on a story we were first to tell you last week: #Westport CT–On 04/20/2017 at approximately 1:00pm, Westport Officers were dispatched to 265 Riverside Avenue, Juniors, on a report of a man who entered the restaurant and caused a disturbance. The business owner stated that a man entered the restaurant and
12:50pm–#Norwalk CT– Westport Police have a man pulled over in front of St. Paul’s Church on East Avenue in Norwalk. The man was wanted for causing a commotion in a restaurant in Westport and spraying employees with some kind of chemical. No mention of the chemical nor the restaurant name. This news report is
Norwalk Detectives are investigating a triple shooting that occurred April 13, 2017 at 10:40 p.m. on Chapel Street. Initially officers responded to a report of shots fired on Chapel Street and located a crime scene but no victims. The Norwalk Hospital then reported two male victims had arrived by private vehicle. A short time later,
1:36pm–#Norwalk Connecticut– Firefighters on scene of a working structure fire. One victim pulled from the fire, firefighters looking for a second. This news report is made possible by:http://www.servprostamford.com/
State Representatives Terrie Wood (R-141), Fred Wilms (R-142) & Gail Lavielle (R-143) will host a Norwalk Town Hall Meeting Where: South Norwalk Library, 10 Washington Street, Norwalk, CT on: Tuesday, March 28 th , 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The event is open to all residents of Norwalk. Reps. Wood, Wilms and Lavielle will be
2:36pm– #Norwalk News: A crash with injuries reported on I-95 northbound near exit 16. Traffic is backing up. #cttraffic
Officer Tyrone Boyd and Officer Shoubert Paulemon were named the February 2017 Norwalk Police Department Officers of the Month. Officers Boyd and Paulemon responded to a residence for a suicidal person call. Upon their arrival, they found a very distraught person holding a knife to their throat and threatening suicide. These officers calmly talked to
#Norwalk News: The Norwalk Department of Police Service currently holds (4) arrest warrants for Rashel Williams, date of birth May 25, 1981. The warrants charged Williams with larceny, ID theft, credit card fraud and forgery. Recently Williams worked at a local doctor’s office as a receptionist. During this time, she stole the credit card numbers
2:02pm–#cttraffic–#Norwalk Connecticut–A jackknifed tractor trailer I-95 southbound near exit 15.