NORWALK, Conn. -- Kevin Crosley, 29, has been identified as the man arrested in Monday morning's crime spree in South Norwalk. Crosley is being held on $250,000 bond on charges of assault second degree, robbery first degree and assault on a police officer. Additional charges of two counts of evading responsibility, two counts of operating on a suspended license and two counts of reckless operation of a motor vehicle carry an additional $4,000 bond.
Norwalk Police say Crosley was first involved in a robbery and motor vehicle collision in the area of Orchard Street. He then hit a man over the head with a rock on Novak Street, police said. While attempting to escape in a different vehicle, he hit several parked cars, then rammed a Norwalk Police cruiser, authorities said. An officer was injured while Crosley was being arrested, and the suspect was Tasered.
Police did not provide an address for Crosley. A Kevin Crosley, 28, was arrested in December on drug charges, assult third degree and disorderly conduct. He gave his address as the Open Door Shelter.
The Daily Norwalk will have more details on this story Tuesday.
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