PD: Stamford man arrested for home invasion and assault in Norwalk

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A Stamford man is facing charges after a home invasion in Norwalk.

Norwalk Police responded to a call on Friday night.

A man had allegedly entered the caller’s home and attempted to shoot one of the occupants. Police said that according to the victims, the suspect, later identified as Alvin Collins, pointed the gun and pulled the trigger at one of the victims, but the gun did not fire.

Collins then allegedly pistol whipped and assaulted the second victim on the floor. The first victim ran into the bathroom and called 911.

The second victim was later transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Collins, known by the victims, turned himself in at the Stamford Police Department on Monday.

He is charged with home invasion and assault in the first degree.

Collins is being held on a $1,000,000 bond.

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