Warrant released in Fairfield police shooting

New information was released Thursday about the investigation into a police-involved shooting of a Fairfield man last month. Police say one of their officers shot and killed Christopher Andrews in

News 12 Staff

Mar 18, 2016, 1:27 AM

Updated 3,051 days ago

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New information was released Thursday about the investigation into a police-involved shooting of a Fairfield man last month.
Police say one of their officers shot and killed Christopher Andrews in February after he refused to drop a knife used in an assault on his wife and children inside their home.
Court officials released the search warrant Thursday that was served at the Andrews home following the incident.
In the warrant, police say the oldest son was the one who called 911 and described his father as "possessed," and said his mother was bleeding from her head.
He also told dispatchers that his father had a bat and had never acted this way before.
The warrant states that the son reported he saw a knife sticking out of his father's neck, and that Andrews had several cuts and slash wounds on his wrists.
 


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