NORWALK — A Norwalk man is in police custody and a woman was transported to the hospital with injuries following an alleged domestic assault Sunday.
At around 8 p.m. police dispatch recorded a 911 hang-up call in which crying could be heard in the background. A call from a neighbor shortly after the hang-up reported a disturbance at a Slocum Street residence.
Arriving officers located a distraught female outside the home.
The female was bleeding from the ear, and told police that Dilmer Moran-Dominguez had broken a plate on her head and had struck and dragged her around the house, police said.
Police say that there was a young child in the residence during the altercation.
Moran-Dominguez had left the residence prior to police arrival and a warrant for his arrest was obtained.
On Monday night, police say that Moran-Dominguez arrived at police headquarters to talk about the incident. The arrest warrant had been returned from court and he was arrested.
Moran-Dominguez, 35, of Slocum Street, was charged with unlawful restraint, second-degree assault, and risk of injury to a minor.
His bond was set at $35,000 and he appeared in court Tuesday.
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