NORWALK, Conn. -- A city man wanted in connection with a non-fatal stabbing at a local restaurant on Oct. 30 turned himself in to Norwalk Police early Monday, officials said.
Mykell Mitchell, 24, of 3 Lubrano Place, Norwalk, was charged with first-degree assault and breach of peace. He's also facing other charges of violating a protective order, and a pair of failing to appear in court charges. His total bond for all of the charges is $100,000.
Police said they were called around 2:30 a.m. Oct. 30 to Norwalk Hospital for a reported stabbing. The victim suffered multiple stab wounds after an argument turned physical with the suspect earlier at Harlan Publick Restaurant at 127 Washington St., police said.
Police said the victim knew Mitchell and police were very quickly able to identify him as the suspect. Police obtained an arrest warrant for Mitchell soon after but weren't able to locate him, Lt. Terry Blake said.
Mitchell was also not supposed to have any contact with another individual and breached that police said after coming into contact with that person at Harlan Publick.
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