NORWALK, Conn. — A man who had been arrested for assaulting a peace officer later threatened to kill the police officers who were guarding him at Norwalk Hospital on Wednesday, according to the Hour.
The Norwalk man, 22-year-old Harlie Thompson, had been arrested Tuesday on a number of charges, including assault on a peace officer, breach of peace and interfering with police, according to the Hour. He was transported to Norwalk Hospital following that arrest, the Hour reported.
While at the hospital, Thompson yelled obscenities at the police officers who were guarding him, and threatened to kill them, according to the Hour. He was slapped with the additional charges of disorderly conduct and second-degree threatening, the Hour reported.