Police: Wilton teen who died riding dirt bike hit rope

Wilton police have released new information in their investigation of a teen who died riding his motorized dirt bike in June.Police said Tuesday that 13-year-old

WILTON - Wilton police have released new information in their investigation of a teen who died riding his motorized dirt bike in June.Police said Tuesday that 13-year-old Nick Parisot hit a rope that was tied between two trees while he was on his bike. According to police, they are now investigating a group of people related to the case.Officials say the rope and other evidence was sent to the state's forensic lab for testing. Captain Michael Lombardo, of the Wilton Police Department, says there were other items found at the scene that only those responsible for putting it there are aware of.Police also confirmed that Parisot was on private property at the time of the accident.

Detectives are still awaiting more results from the forensic lab on other evidence taken from the scene. They are also continuing to conduct interviews.

To see an interview with Captain Lombardo, go to Channel 612 on your iO digital cable box and select iO Extra.

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