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Norwalk Man Stabbed; No Suspects Caught

A Norwalk stabbing victim was sitting outside his house, wearing a dress and holding his stomach when Norwalk Police arrived early Sunday. The 27-year-old man had a stab wound to the lower right quadrant of his abdomen. He had no information for police, other than to say maybe one or two men were responsible for the attack

Police had responded at 2:19 a.m. to a call of a stabbed woman at 41 Woodward Ave. The victim was actually male, dressed as a woman. The police report describes him as transgender, according to Sgt. Lisa Cotto. His pocketbook was stolen as well.

The victim said he had never seen his attacker before. Police searched the area and found nothing.

Also on the police blotter:

• A Norwalk woman who was in the Norwalk Hospital emergency room Saturday allegedly had a disagreement with her nurse. The nurse wanted to put in a catheter. She didn't want it, so she hit the nurse on the head with her cane, Norwalk police say.

Ayanna Khadijah, 38, of 68 Lexington St., was arrested and charged with assault on a peace officer/firefighter/emergency medical personnel. Bond was set at $5,000.

Khadijah told another nurse that she "hit that nurse good," according to police. She was apologetic to police about the incident but never told the nurse she allegedly hit that she was sorry.

• An attempted burglary of a Shell station located at 307 Connecticut Ave. failed late Saturday when the clerk refused to hand over anything. A black man wearing a mask entered the store at 10:20 p.m. and demanded money. Told no, he left. No one was hurt, and no weapon was displayed.

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