Darien Police Report Shooting Incident, No Ongoing Threat to Public

Darien Chief of Police Donald Anderson reports that early this morning, September 14 at approximately 3:42 am, a Darien Police Sergeant observed a vehicle operating slowly southbound on Noroton Ave. in the area of Maple Street. The vehicle and operator then approached the Sergeant and reported that two subjects inside the vehicle had been shot.
"Darien officers provided immediate medical care to the victims; Darien EMS responded to the scene and transported two male subjects to Stamford Hospital for treatment. Darien police officers remained on the scene to secure the scene/vehicle and to assist the Connecticut State Police," Chief Anderson says.
According to the Chief, the investigation into this shooting incident is being conducted by the Connecticut State Police and the CSP Western District Major Crime Squad. There is no ongoing threat to the public at this time. Maple Street will be closed at Noroton Ave. for some period of time this morning as the investigation continues.
"There are no indications that any crime occurred within the Town of Darien. All further inquiries concerning this investigation should be directed to the Connecticut State Police," Chief Anderson says.
Submitted by Darien, CT

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