NORWALK, Conn. – A Norwalk woman, who felt her honor was sullied, got her friends to help her attack her boyfriend early Sunday because he had been dancing with other women, Norwalk police said.
Luz Ramirez, 25, of 57 Ferris Ave. argued with her boyfriend at Club 77 on Washington Street about what she felt were his dancing indiscretions, Sgt. Lisa Cotto said. He left and was walking to a friend's house on Fairfield Avenue when she arrived with her friends, who also felt that she had been disrespected, police said. Angel Sanchez, 27, 24 Bouton St., hit the boyfriend while Ramirez scratched him and yelled at him, Cotto said.
Police were called to 36 Fairfield Ave. at 2:06 a.m. on a report of a fight. Ramirez and Sanchez were arrested. Put in the back of a police car, Ramirez kicked the door and the cage of the vehicle, yelling he had disrespected her, Cotto said.
Both were charged with breach of peace second degree, a Class B misdemeanor. Sanchez also was charged with assault third degree, a Class A misdemeanor. Each was given a bond of $1,000.