Norwalk man accused in stabbing

A Norwalk man is facing assault charges for reportedly stabbing his granddaughter's boyfriend earlier this week.

Police say they arrested Leyva Tuesday and charged him with second-degree assault.

Police say they arrested Leyva Tuesday and charged him with second-degree assault. (7/29/15)

NORWALK - A Norwalk man is facing assault charges for reportedly stabbing his granddaughter's boyfriend earlier this week.

According to the Norwalk Hour, the victim sneaked into a home on Third Street to see his girlfriend. Witnesses say Avidan Leyva, 61, found the man and stabbed him with a kitchen knife.

Police say they arrested Leyva Tuesday and charged him with second-degree assault.

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