Two hospitalized with knife wounds, police investigating – Connecticut News

Two hospitalized with knife wounds, police investigating – Connecticut News


NORWALK — Police are investigating a Wednesday morning incident at a Wilton Avenue residence in which two people were brought to the hospital with stab wounds.

A short time later, police say a woman who lives at the home and a man were allegedly the aggressors in an apparent road rage and assault at a nearby gas station.

Police are not saying if the two incidents are related.

At 9:07 a.m. police were dispatched to a medical aid call at a Wilton Avenue home. The two injured people were transported to Norwalk Hospital.

Police were then dispatched at 9:44 a.m. to a gas station at 93 Main St. on a report of a fight.

The complainant there stated that an SUV had been driving behind them at a high rate of speed before backing off slightly. The complainant stated that they were then unaware that the SUV was still behind them when they turned into the gas station.

Upon exiting the vehicle, police say that the man in the SUV charged at one of the alleged victims and struck him. Police say that the man, who police identified as Dimitrios Tsimis, then struck a second victim.

Police say that a woman, Dionisia Papastavros, then got out of the SUV and struck both of the victims.

Tsimis, 32, of Fair Street, was charged with second-degree breach of peace. He was given a court date of Aug. 9.

Papastavros, 40, of Wilton Avenue, was charged with second-degree breach of peace. She was given a court date of Aug. 9.

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