Police: Norwalk Man Shot In Leg During Fight With Roommates

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Norwalk police said that three men were arrested following a fight in which one was shot in the leg.
Norwalk police said that three men were arrested following a fight in which one was shot in the leg. Photo Credit: Casey Donahue

NORWALK, Conn. -- A Norwalk man was shot in the leg during a dispute with his roommates Sunday night, May 18, according to police.

Robinson Osorio, 49, was charged with first-degree assault and unlawful discharge of a firearm. Marco Osorio, 82, was charged with second-degree reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct.

The victim of the shooting, Emmanual Arango, 23, was charged with second-degree breach of peace and assault on a victim over 60.

Robinson Osorio and Arango were each held on $25,000 bond and scheduled to appear in court on Monday, May 19.

All three men live together at a home on Country Club Road. A fight broke out among the three after Arango returned home intoxicated about 9 p.m. Sunday, police said.

During the argument, Marco Osorio pulled a gun on Arango, police said. Arango knocked the gun out of Marco Osorio's hand, and they began to fight, according to police. Arango hit Marco Osorio in the head, causing significant injury, police said.

While Arango and Marco Osorio were fighting, Robinson Osorio grabbed the gun and shot Arango in the leg, according to police. Officers arrived on the scene, and Arango and Marco Osorio were transported to Norwalk Hospital before being arrested.

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I like the idea of outsourcing police. This would save money and allow us to get true professionals. The current Norwalk police department is a disaster. They are a bunch of children that live out of town that no other department wants. They are more concerned with overtime for looking at a hole in the ground than catching a criminal..

Piage
Haven't had the good fortune to read your posts in a long time. You make some very good points as usual. The points that you bring up are many of the same issues that were raised at the Mayors night out. The unfortunate thing is I would not expect this Mayor to make any improvements to the police department. He is the one that allowed it to become the mess it is today when he was chief.

And then the brain dead among us elected him Mayor.

Excuse me, but could Robby or Ken P tell any of us exactly HOW a private police force could have prevented this occurrance?

Just more posturing and blather from individuals who haven't a clue. They are the ones who are a joke, not the officers who put themselves in harm's way every day of the week.

Nobody has a perfect police force, and it's highly debatable whether crime is really out of control. Chances are that reporting of what has always occurred has gotten much better.

They should wake up every day being thankful that being stupid isn't illegal.

Actually the cops on the beat are a waste. A bunch of lazy children that could not get hired by any other town. They are not qualified to be mall guards.

I agree a private police force is the way to go .This is the best way to get rid of the current failures of the NPD

It's time Norwalk looks into outsourcing the police to a professional private company.

The out of control Norwalk crime epidemic continues. This is what happens when a town ihas a police department that is considered a joke.