Suspects in Stop & Shop stun gun attack arraigned

Fairfield police say they have arrested a woman who attacked a Stop & Shop employee with a stun gun last night. Police say Robert Salano,

FAIRFIELD - Fairfield police say they have arrested a woman who attacked a Stop & Shop employee with a stun gun last night. Police say Robert Salano, of Fairfield, confronted Reva Hill at the supermarket on Villa Avenue when he noticed she had a cart full of groceries that were not in bags. When asked for a receipt, police say Hill used a stun gun on the employee.

Officials say Hill then jumped into a car driven by Ronald Fraizer, of Bridgeport.

The suspects were arraigned today, but have not yet posted bail.

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