Shot fired in Connecticut firehouse leads to firefighter suspension
Police investigating gun shot at Pine Rock Park Fire Company 4 in Shelton
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A firefighter with the Pine Rock Park Fire Company No. 4 has been suspended and a police investigation is underway after a shot was fired inside the firehouse. The incident occurred on September 8 at the fire station at 722 Long Hill Avenue in Shelton, Connecticut.
Not a lot of explanation about what occurred at this point. The fire department confirms no one was injured but there was some damage at the fire station. A deputy chief tells the Stamford Advocate they don’t condone this incident. The Shelton Police Department is investigating.
Brian Gioiele, Stamford Advocate:
Police Det. Chris Nugent confirmed that the incident is under investigation. Nugent said police were informed by the Pine Rock Park Fire Company No. 4 captain of a gun being fired at the firehouse.