Mother of Norwalk shooting victim doubts link to other murders

A Norwalk mother whose son was shot and killed last week says she wants to clarify her son's connection to other murder victims in the

NORWALK - A Norwalk mother whose son was shot and killed last week says she wants to clarify her son's connection to other murder victims in the city.

Police say 22-year-old Michael Robinson was found shot on South Main Street on Friday night.

Robinson's mother, Stacey Davis, says her son is related to Tykwan Hunt, who was stabbed to death in Norwalk in 2008. Davis also says he is not related to Amos Brown, Jr., who was fatally shot in August, although she says Robinson and Brown were family friends.

Davis also told News 12 Connecticut today that she doesn't believe her son's death has any connection to those murders.

Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling says detectives are interviewing witnesses and looking at all possibilities in the case.

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