NORWALK, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Norwalk this week:
- Norwalk’s Peter Willcox, captain of the Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise, was charged with piracy by the Russian government along with 27 other crew members and two photojournalists after they protested the country's oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean.
- The Daily Voice profiled Kid Around Resale, a new consignment store in Norwalk.
- Norwalk's All-Star Driver was named one of 'Fastest-Growing Companies' in U.S. by Inc. Magazine among 5,000 privately held companies in the U.S.
- A Norwalk man Christopher Starks, 43, and a 17-year-old Maryland girl were charged with check theft and forgery scheme worth nearly $8,000, police said.
- A 15-year-old boy of Norwalk’s Side-by-Side charter school was arrested on charges of criminal trespassing on school grounds, risk of injury to a minor, possession of marijuana and two counts of third-degree assault and later released to the custody of a family member.
- The death of Ayden Baskay, a two-year-old Danbury child, was ruled a homicide, as reported by the Connecticut Medical Examiner's Office. Christian Williams, 25, who was babysitting the toddler, was arrested and charged with manslaughter.
- Fairfield police discovered 150 to 200 firearms, tens of thousands of rounds ammunition and a significant amount of explosive devices in the Bronson Road house, according to Police.