NORWALK, Conn. -- A Norwalk man was arrested Tuesday night, April 8, after police said he caused a disturbance at his apartment.
Christopher Grayson, 24, was charged with disorderly conduct, criminal mischief, possession of less than a half-ounce of marijuana and interfering with an officer. Bond was set at $7,500, and he will appear in court on April 17.
Police responded to Grayson's apartment on Norden Place after receiving a complaint of loud music and the sound of two men fighting. When they arrived, police detected the strong odor of marijuana, according to police reports. Upon entering Grayson's apartment, police said they found him standing naked in his kitchen, shouting that he was going to kill someone. The apartment was heavily damaged, and there was vomit and blood on Grayson and the floor, police said.
Police said that Grayson refused to calm down and officers had to use a stun gun on him. Police spoke to his roommate, who said that she had arrived home to find Grayson had taken four Ecstasy pills. He was apparently upset about another roommate who had moved out the week before, police said. He became agitated and began throwing things and punched a mirror, according to police reports. The roommate and a friend locked themselves in the bathroom before Grayson kicked the door down, police said.
After being stunned, Grayson continued to shout obscenities,police said. Emergency medical personnel arrived and took him to Norwalk Hospital for observation. Police said that they also found 7.7 grams of marijuana on the kitchen counter. Grayson is on parole, police said, and his parole officer was contacted following the incident.