Man due in Stamford court for 9 criminal cases

A man is scheduled to appear in Stamford court today for a hearing on nine different criminal cases that have resulted in more than 30

In one of the most serious cases, police say 20-year-old Shicquane Narine shot up a house filled with residents in the Cove area of Stamford back in May.

In one of the most serious cases, police say 20-year-old Shicquane Narine shot up a house filled with residents in the Cove area of Stamford back in May. (9/6/16)

STAMFORD - A man is scheduled to appear in Stamford court today for a hearing on nine different criminal cases that have resulted in more than 30 charges against him.

In one of the most serious cases, police say 20-year-old Shicquane Narine shot up a house filled with residents in the Cove area of Stamford back in May.

Investigators say four days after that, Narine lead them on a chase that ended in a crash of a stolen Audi.

Police say he also threatened a school official at the Stamford Academy among other offenses.

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