According to Daily Voice:
Ridgefield officers responding to a report of a domestic dispute at 423 Ridgebury Road on May 25, arrived and found Valluzzo in the yard of the home.
Daily Voice made reference to CT Post article, which clearly states:
Police said that when they arrived at Valluzzo's home, he was inside.
Police said he advanced on them and refused to drop the weapon, despite being ordered to do so. Officer Jorge Romero, a seven-year veteran of the department, fired his gun at Valluzzo, shooting and killing him.
The Office of the Chief State Medical Examiner said in May that Valluzzo died of multiple gunshot wounds.
Get well Tom. I suffered a massive pulmonary embolism about 6 months ago, with the same type of symptoms you described. No swollen leg, but definitely unexplained shortness of breath. I ignored the symptoms for some time, until I collapsed. I am luck to be alive, after a three week stay in the hospital. Always listen to your body! View Comment
If he didn't do anything threatening, just his dress, I agree. Also I read he was spotted coming from Portland Ave in Redding, which is where he lives. Check it out, but arrest? I have heard in this town that cops have bullied residents with threat of arrest for very petty situations. They have not carried through because it would not hold up in court. I would assume this incident would not either. View Comment