Police use stun gun on man in domestic incident

Bruno Cirelli
Agosto 29, 2017

"At the request of the State's Attorney's Officer and the New Milford Police Department, Connecticut State Police detectives from Western District Major Crime responded to the scene and will assume the investigation", Trooper Kelly Grant said.

Police responded to 47 Outlook Rd. for a disturbance around 5 p.m. The identity of the officers involved was not immediately released.

NEW MILFORD - Police fatally shot a man following a brief standoff Monday night.

The man came out of the woods and approached officers with the shotgun in his hand and ignored officers' demands to drop it, state police said.

Milford police arrested David Newman Jr., 41 of Milford on August 16 after officers responded to a report of a domestic violence incident in progress at an Elder Street residence. Newman then exited his vehicle and allegedly attempted to run from police into his residence, police said.

Police established a perimeter and after a short time the man emerged from the woods still brandishing the gun.

Newman is charged with two counts of second-degree breach of peace, second-degree threatening, two counts of reckless driving, engaging police in pursuit, failure to drive right, interfering with an officer, assault on a police and possession of a weapon.

Police administered first aid and the man was taken to Danbury Hospital, where he later died.

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