Police UPDATE: On October 17, 2020 at approximately 10:17 PM, Norwalk Police Department Combined Dispatch received a call from Norwalk Inn staff members requesting assistance as they had located bloody footprints leading to a guest’s room. Upon arrival, Officers located the prints, and gathered information from the staff regarding the guest. Several officers were speaking through a closed door with the guest, who was not cooperative. Simultaneously, another group of officers began following the bloody trail’s path. A canine team from an outside agency was called to assist. The bloody trail ended in an area near South Main Street. Eventually, the non-cooperative guest was brought to Norwalk Hospital for treatment of a leg wound of unknown causes. The injury is not life threatening. The actual cause of the injury has not been determined at this time, however the case remains open.
Sofia Gulino of the Norwalk Police Department said “There has been no homicide at the Norwalk Inn. There is an investigation actively going on, however, there is no threat to the public, and nothing further to report at this time”.
2020-10-17@10:45PMish–#Norwalk CT–According to radio reports, the Westport Police were dispatched to the Norwalk Inn on East Avenue for K-9 to track for a possible homicide suspect. At this time they were tracking a bloody trail near Concord Street (this info was intentionally delayed).