Fairfield Police UPDATE: On Sunday June 19, 2022 at approximately 0015hrs the Fairfield Police Emergency Communications Center received several 911 calls reporting shots fired at Wafu, 3671 Post Road Southport. Westport Police also received several 911 calls reporting the same activity and sent officers to assist.
First arriving officers from Fairfield and assisting officers from Westport found a large crowd dispersing from inside of the restaurant to the parking lot area. Employees from the restaurantreported hearing shots fired following the altercation however there were no gunshot victims found by police.

Approximately ten minutes later, police were notified by Bridgeport Hospital that they were treating a gunshot victim who claims to have been shot in Southport.
A preliminary investigation revealed that an adult male sustained a gunshot wound to the arm and was suffering from non-life threatening injuries. Several items of evidentiary value werefound on scene which include shell casings. This is an ongoing and active incident being investigated by the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau.
Anyone with information or may have video from their cell phone is asked to contact theFairfield Police Detective Bureau at 203-254-4840.Anonymous tips can be submitted via the Fairfield PD mobile app or by texting the keyword FPDCT plus your message/tip to 847411 (Tip411). Tips can also be submitted online atfpdct.com/tips.


2022-06-19@12:30AMish– #Southport CT– #Fairfield CT–Police received a number of calls for a shooting at the Asian Fusion Bistro at 3627 Post Road near the Westport line. Police did not find any victims at the scene but called area hospitals and Bridgeport Hospital reported a gunshot victim from Southport. It is not known at this time if the shooting took place inside the restaurant. Police’s attention seemed to focused in the parking lot area.

Stephen Krauchick

By Stephen Krauchick

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