Norwalk police are investigating several incidents that occurred early Saturday morning which sent four people to the hospital with various injuries.
Police said they were patrolling the area of the 507 Café around 1:30 a.m. when they observed a large fight in the parking lot along Main Street.
Officers were able to quickly end the fight at which time bystanders reported a person had been stabbed but left the scene.
A second fight was then reported near the intersection of Main and Hoyt streets. Officers arrive and found a man suffering from a non-life threatening stab wound.
The victim was taken to Norwalk Hospital for treatment. At the same time Norwalk police were informed a second man had arrived at the hospital by private vehicle also suffering from stab wounds.
His injuries are also believed to be non-life threatening and police determined he was the victim stabbed at the first scene.
Just after 2 a.m. as police were still investigating the earlier stabbing incident officers heard several gunshots north of their location. In addition, police received 911 calls reporting shots being fired in the area of 340 Main Avenue.
When officers arrived they found two victims, a man and a woman, in a vehicle suffering from gunshot wounds.
Both victims were taken to Norwalk Hospital to be treated. Police said their injuries are non-life threatening.
Police are still working to determine if the shooting is connected to the earlier incidents at the 507 Café.
Anyone with information about any of the incidents is asked to contact the Norwalk Police Department at 203-854-3011.
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