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NPD: Woman shot in Norwalk Wall Street bar

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

Shooting Investigation

On November 4, 2017, at 2:04am, officers patrolling Wall Street were flagged down by an employee of Market Bistro and Bar at 64 Wall Street. The employee stated a female had been shot inside the bar. Officers entered the location and located a twenty eight-year-old female suffering from a single gunshot wound to the torso. According to witnesses, the suspect fled the scene after the assault. Responding officers searched the area for the suspect however, he was not located. Norwalk Hospital Emergency Medical Service transported the female victim to the Norwalk Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Norwalk Detectives responded to the scene and assumed the investigation. Detectives are asking for anyone with any information to contact them at 203-854-3011. Anonymous tips can be left at any of the below contacts.

 

Norwalk Police Tip Line at 203-854-3111

Anonymous Internet tips can be sent to Norwalk Police website at: www.norwalkpd.com

Anonymous text tips can be submitted by typing “NPD” into the text field, followed by the message, and sending it to CRIMES (274637)

 

 

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8 comments

Rick November 4, 2017 at 12:37 pm

This is all before the new NY bar coming to Norwalk opens where this type of behavior was popular in the area , of course this shooting is isolated and not the norm and will not happen again before the election.

Norwalk Detectives responded , its good to see that our dept realizes once the mall opens there will be no time to give the dept a night off.

Question is now how many ambulances were on over night and if there was any other calls at the same time.

Now s the imd to read the log and see what kind of workload is evident in a growing city where the services don’t grow as fast.

quick fact check, how much does it cost to fuel the boats seeking the jumper the other night? Its not whether it was worth looking for the victim it was, but these costs are not passed to anyone but the taxpayers. Hidden in mounds of costs the fire and police have we may never know what it cost was to the city. Once you add fuel overtime and hidden costs you are looking at a big expense for one incident.

This shooting this morning at the club cost the city ,a breakdown would be interesting and if the club gets billed, or will they now hire a police detail for a for a night.

With all the noise complaints on clubs all weekend long that half a$$ ordinance doesn’t seem to be working what now, a study a few meetings and we are back where it began , ineffective bite by our lawmakers. This is not helping our officers who have to run and check sound as if they were in a garage band.

Most of this is noted in the police logs its not rocket science its Norwalk.

Back to the press release it seems the shooting never happened its not in the log , odd how calls are not making the log and some calls at waypoint are listed on Merwin st . not west ave.( when they [d [roduced numbers it was for west ave correct)

Is there an election coming up where any of this matters?

homework for those paying for the services

http://my.norwalkct.org/police/PDFReports/PressLogIncidents.PDF

Rem November 4, 2017 at 1:37 pm

What a tragedy and how absolutely scary. Wasn’t that the same venue for the family-friendly NoN fundraiser? Do hope this woman recovers and the city finds solutions to prevent downtown Norwalk from becoming like Bridgeport.

Donna Smirniotopoulos November 4, 2017 at 2:50 pm

@Rem, yes that is the same place Nancy on Norwalk held last night’s fundraiser, right next to My Three Sons, a family place connected through an internal passageway. I was gone by 8pm. But very scary in any case.

M. Murray November 5, 2017 at 6:30 am

Rick, police respond to calls for service as needed. Fuel for boats, personnel, and even overtime is budgeted for as an expected service to the community. As far as Waypoint, it is located on a block that encompasses West Av and several side streets. Many buildings that are on a corner and have several businesses or apartments with entrances on different streets will have different addresses. An address listed in the log would be from where the call for service comes from.

Rick November 5, 2017 at 2:19 pm

Thanks M I didn’t know how it worked , I always thought budgets were for hiding expenses and overtime

Then how many times the six boats are used was expected.

Thank you

Obviously the shooting was just a medical call there was no crime they did go back and changed it all is well.

Rick November 5, 2017 at 3:29 pm

@ Murry

I was supporting what the officer said about Waypointe

“The 500 West Av address had a total of 23 calls for service from April 18, 2014 to date. (Why 2014 whatever happened to the here and now?)

There have not been decreased patrols; “To the contrary patrols were increased in the area,” the officer said.

Maybe next time the issue comes up they use your logic for a more comprehensive report.

They use Wayponte on case numbers on calls to Merwin st with a Waypointe address maybe they are doing it wrong. Of course a noise complaint by a Waypointe resident where the noise is on Merwin should be otherwise?

It seems who is on first comes into play when seeking some fundamental facts.

I agree with your logic but it doesn’t work that way in real life in Norwalk.

as far as the boat Stats I direct you to the Fire Depts union page seems to be the most accurate on the marine unit and age of apparatus that will need replacing by its age. Have to admit without a full time chief the union does well to reach out to the public with a heads up, the facts that the taxpayers should be thankful for,

This site gives you real time numbers

I have never read facts like this in any city budget I have no doubt the Union is correct.

http://www.local830.org/

V November 6, 2017 at 12:07 pm

Guy shoots his gf in the bar in her butt and then he hides in the bathroom and this is the story? If true, makes you wonder what’s to hide?

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