A teen and a minor were apprehended by police after a shooting that injured one person in Norwalk on Friday night.
Dispatchers received multiple 911 calls reporting shots fired at the King Kennedy Homes on Chestnut Street with someone injured around 6:20 p.m.
When police arrived, they said they found a man with two gunshot wounds to his leg. He was transported to Norwalk Hospital where authorities said he is receiving care for non-life threatening injuries.
At the same time, officers said they saw the suspect vehicle fleeing the area and attempted to stop it. The suspects refused to stop and a short pursuit ensued, police said. It quickly ended when the suspects crashed nearby. Both fled on foot, but were quickly apprehended.
According to police, the driver of the vehicle has been identified as 19-year-old Takai Robertson, of Bridgeport. He is facing a list of charges including reckless driving, interfering with an officer, risk of injury, illegal possession of weapons in a vehicle, engaging police in pursuit, evading responsibility and others.
A minor was also charged in connection to the incident and is facing charges including illegal possession of weapons in a vehicle and interfering with an officer.
Inside of the vehicle, police said they found a loaded Glock handgun with an extended capacity magazine and several packaged bags containing suspected crack cocaine.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the Norwalk Police at (203) 854-3000. You can also contact the Norwalk Police Tip Line at (203) 854-3111. Anonymous tips can also be sent to Norwalk Police at www.norwalkpd.com.