Police issue arrest warrant in teen party stabbings

Norwalk Mayor Dick Moccia and Police Chief Harry Rilling released information they hope will lead to an arrest in the stabbings at a house party in January.

Authorities have secured an arrest warrant for 20-year-old Corey Young. They say they don?t believe Young killed 17-year-old Tykwan Hunt, who was found stabbed to death the morning after the party. However, they say he may have stabbed one of the several other victims.

Police say Young has connections to Norwalk but his last known address is in Bridgeport. Young is charged with first-degree assault.

Moccia and Rilling say they are confident more arrests stemming from the melee will be made.

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