Norwalk hoping to shut down night club

NORWALK - Norwalk's mayor and police chief joined force Tuesday to say they want to shut down Enigma Club following a weekend shooting that left two people in the hospital.

Mayor Dick Moccia and Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling are asking the state liquor control board to consider pulling the club's license.

They say police have been called to Enigma more than 35 times over the last two years.

Rilling says that's just too much and it's leaving the rest of the city at risk because officers are forced to spend so much time responding to calls at Enigma.

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