Norwalk Police Chiefs To Start Series Of Brown Bag Lunches

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Chief Thomas Kulhawik will hold brown bag lunches on the first Wednesday of every month. Photo Credit: Nancy Guenther Chapman, File

NORWALK, Conn. -- Starting Oct. 2, Norwalk's top police officials will hold brown bag lunches with the community on the first Wednesday of every month. 

Chief Thomas Kulhawik and Deputy Chiefs David Wrinn and Susan Zecca will meet in the Community Room with business leaders and residents between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. 

Kulhawik was named the ninth chief of police in July 2012, replacing Chief Harry Rilling, who retired. Wrinn was sworn in as deputy chief during the same ceremony.

The Norwalk Police Department Headquarters is at 1 Monroe St. 

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Elizabeth G:

Oh Please.. He is a waste just like Rilling. I guess considering he worked under the joke Rilling for his complete career not much more could be expected.

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