A Greenwich man was arrested on a warrant following allegations that he assaulted two nurses at Norwalk Hospital on New Year's Day. Sean Byrne, 51, was charged with assault on a peace officer or health care worker, third-degree criminal mischief and two counts of disorderly conduct. Police were dispatched to the hospital emergency department at around 8:58 p.m. on Jan. 1 on a report of a dsturbance created by a patient. According to police, Byrne had threatened to kill staff if he wasn't given pain medication. Police say that was agitated and combative and at one... [Read More]
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"Do we really want to judge all of our politicians by what they did in school?" one reader asks. Others weigh in. [Read More]
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