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Officer Matthew Morelli (Norwalk, CT) (Articles & Comments)

Discussion in 'Line of Duty Death News' started by kttref, Mar 21, 2008.

  1. kttref

    kttref New Member

    I'll update the name later...it hasn't been offically released yet. This officer worked in the town next to me...We currently have about 13 people over there trying to help out and find the SOB. He will be missed.



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    Posted Mar. 21, 2008
    Updated 7:43 AM

    Norwalk (WTNH) _ A veteran Norwalk police officer investigating "suspicious activity" in a parking lot was shot and killed this morning, and the search is on for his killer.

    The shooting happened around 12:30 this morning in a rear parking lot off Lubrano Place.

    "He was patrolling the area, and in fact noticed suspicious activity, and stepped out to investigate what was happening," said Lt. Paul Resnick, who had a black ribbon over his badge.

    Shots were fired and the officer, who was working alone, died at the scene.

    The name of the officer has not been released. We are told he is a "seasoned veteran" of the department, but no other information was available. Police are still trying to contact family members.

    Police armed with shotguns and canine units are walking the streets in the area of Lexington Ave. and Ely Ave. looking for clues.

    The state police Major Crimes Squad is on the scene, which is a few blocks away from Norwalk police headquarters.

    We don't have any information yet on how it happened and what led up to the shooting.

    Several weapons recovered from the parking lot.

    "We don't know whether he's still armed at this point," Lt. Resnick said. "I don't think the public is at tremendous risk."

    The unidentified officer is the fifth Norwalk officer killed in the line of duty. The last was 26 years ago almost to the day, March 20, 1982.

    Police from surrounding communities including New York have been called in to help in the investigation and to cover regular patrol areas.



    http://www.wtnh.com/global/story.asp?s=8049853
     
  2. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Re: Norwalk (CT) Police Officer

    Norwalk Officer Shot, Killed In Line Of Duty


    POSTED: 7:00 am EDT March 21, 2008
    UPDATED: 9:20 am EDT March 21, 2008

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    Video: Norwich Officer Shot


    NORWALK, Conn. -- A Norwalk police officer was shot and killed early Friday morning after an altercation outside of a housing complex.

    Sources told NBC 30 that there was some type of altercation outside a housing complex called Lubrano Place, leading to an exchange of gunfire between police and the shooter.

    When backup officers arrived, they found the officer dead.
    Police are now searching nearby hospitals to see if anyone came in needing treatment for a gunshot wound.

    Police blocked off several streets and were using search dogs to search the area. Helicopters from the NYPD and the Westchester County Police Department assisted with the search of the area.

    The flag at police headquarters was lowered to half-staff.

    Officials said four Norwalk officers have been killed in the line of duty with the last one being in March 1982.

    A tip line was created, and anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to call 203-854-3111.

    http://www.nbc30.com/news/15661746/detail.html
     
  3. kttref

    kttref New Member

    Re: Norwalk (CT) Police Officer Shot(Articles & Comments)

    Norwalk officer killed; Search for gunman continues



    Posted Mar. 21, 2008
    Updated 11:35 AM

    Norwalk (WTNH) _ Norwalk police are investigating the shooting death of a 11-year veteran, the first in the 26 years.

    Officer Matthew Morelli, 38, was investigating 'suspicious activity' around 12:30 a.m. in a rear parking lot off Lubrano Place.

    "He was patrolling the area, and in fact noticed suspicious activity, and stepped out to investigate what was happening," said Lt. Paul Resnick, who had a black ribbon over his badge.

    Shots were fired as Morelli stepped out of his police cruiser. He was working alone and died at the scene. No arrests have been made.

    "The death is the first fatality in the line of duty in the Norwalk police department in 26 years, and the fifth in the department's 94-year history, Resnick said.

    Mayor Richard Moccia calls this, "My toughest days as mayor of this city. This type of loss is never easy to fathom."

    Police armed with shotguns and canine units are walking the streets in the area of Lexington Ave. and Ely Ave. looking for clues.

    The state police Major Crimes Squad is on the scene, which is a few blocks away from Norwalk police headquarters. Police from surrounding communities including New York have been called in to help in the investigation and to cover regular patrol areas.

    Several weapons, including the officer's gun, were recovered from the parking lot.

    "We don't know whether he's still armed at this point," Lt. Resnick said. "I don't think the public is at tremendous risk."

    Morelli was a former Marine who served until 1996. He was hired that same year by the Norwalk Police Department.

    In a press conference this morning, Chief Harry Rilling said that Morelli "served with pride and distinction."

    The last officer killed was Officer Marco Carias on March 20, 1982.

    http://www.wtnh.com/global/story.asp?s=8049853
     
  4. Andy0921

    Andy0921 MassCops Member

    Very sad. My sincerest condolences to Officer Morelli’s family and Norwalk PD.


    RIP in brother.
     
  5. btoc343

    btoc343 MassCops Member

    Yes it is very sad, my thoughts and prayers are with his family and members of the Norwalk Police Dept. Hopefully they will be able to catch that scumbag real quick.
     
  6. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

  7. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Hometown Remembers Fallen Officer

    Weston Police Chief Calls Officer 'Terrific Man'


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    OFFICERS KILLED IN LINE OF DUTY

    Officer Matthew Morelli, Norwalk Police
    11-year Norwalk PD veteran, 38 years old
    Combat veteran of the first Gulf War
    Honorably discharged from Marines in 1996
    Joined NPD on Aug. 1, 1996
    First Norwalk officer killed in 26 years
    Fifth Norwalk officer killed in line of duty

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    The Hour Newspaper​
    Norwalk Police Officer Matthew Morelli

    WESTON, Conn. -- Norwalk's first police officer killed in the line of duty in 26 years leaves behind a young daughter.
    Officer Matthew Morelli, an 11-year veteran, is survived by his parents and two older brothers. Channel 3 Eyewitness News reporter Katy Zachry reported the family is a staple in the small town of Weston.
    Weston Police Chief John Troxell knew Morelli when the officer was a young boy. Morelli's life ended Friday when someone shot and killed him 26 minutes after midnight.

    Read/Watch More: Police ID Fallen Officer; Manhunt On

    Morelli has always had a home in the small town of Weston. Troxell goes back decades with the family.
    "I always knew him as a good kid when he was growing up," Troxell said.
    Morelli grew up on Wilson Road, where his parents still live today. After graduating from Weston High School, Morelli became a U.S. Marine and served combat duty in Operation Desert Storm.
    In 1996, he returned to Connecticut and became a police officer in Norwalk.
    "I know that was a happy day for him. He wanted to be a police officer, and he was happy to be hired by the Norwalk Police Department," Troxell said.
    Troxell received the phone call overnight that Morelli had been shot and killed while on duty.
    Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling said Friday morning that Morelli broadcasted over the radio that he was stepping out of his cruiser.
    "Shortly after that we heard another broadcast, but then nothing after that," Rilling said. Police declined to specify what was said.
    Troxell said as much as the community is mourning, it's nothing compared to his family -- including his young daughter.

    Leave Your Message Of Condolence



    "It's a huge loss for any police officer to hear that another officer was killed in the line of duty," Troxell said. "He was a terrific man and is an excellent police officer."
    Shortly after 1 p.m., Morelli's body was taken to the Office of State Medical Examiner in Farmington for a complete autopsy, Resnick said. Shortly thereafter, Morelli's squad car was towed to state police Troop G in Bridgeport.
    If you have any information regarding the investigation, contact the Norwalk Police Department's dedicated telephone tip line by dialing 203-854-3111, or by fax by dialing 203-854-3006.

    http://www.wfsb.com/news/15669146/detail.html
     
  8. NoSoupForYou

    NoSoupForYou Adios, muchacho!

    Rest in Peace Officer Morelli.

    What does the black over the badge mean? I know it's done when an officer is killed but whats the meaning behind it.
     
  9. Delta784

    Delta784 Guest

    Black is the traditional color of mourning, and signifies the loss we all feel when one of us falls.
     
  10. 94c

    94c Subscribing Member

    I hope they're conducting an all out legal assault in that neighborhood.
     
  11. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

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    The Hour Newspaper​


    More Studies Needed In Officer's Death



    Autopsy Results Of Shot Officer Likely Delayed For Weeks

    NORWALK, Conn. -- Autopsy results on the body of a Norwalk police officer who was shot and killed in the line of duty are not likely to be available for weeks.

    A spokeswoman for the state's medical examiner said a conclusion on the cause and manner of Matthew Morelli's death is pending until more studies are concluded.
    Authorities said such delays are not unusual in complicated cases, particularly those involving the legal ramifications of homicide.

    Morelli, 38, was on patrol early Friday when he stepped out of his cruiser to investigate suspicious activity in a parking lot. A backup officer found Morelli's body within a minute of his last radio call to police headquarters.

    Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling said Friday morning that Morelli broadcasted over the radio that he was stepping out of his cruiser.

    "Shortly after that we heard another broadcast, but then nothing after that," Rilling said. Police declined to specify what was said.

    Police said officers responded to the scene within one minute of Morelli's last broadcast. Morelli was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Shortly after 1 p.m. Friday, Morelli's body was taken to the Office of State Medical Examiner in Farmington for a complete autopsy, Resnick said. Shortly thereafter, Morelli's squad car was towed to state police Troop G in Bridgeport.

    Officials recovered weapons -- including the officer's gun -- at the scene. It's unknown what may led up to the shooting.

    The 11-year veteran's death marks the city's fifth police officer killed in the line of duty.

    "It's a shock and tragedy anytime you have an officer killed in the line of duty," Rilling said. "Officer Morelli served with pride and distinction."

    If you have any information regarding the investigation, contact the Norwalk Police Department's dedicated telephone tip line by dialing 203-854-3111, or by fax by dialing 203-854-3006.

    http://www.wfsb.com/news/15676693/detail.html
     
  12. dave7336

    dave7336 MassCops Member

    Rest in Peace...
     
  13. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

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    A wreath is placed at the front desk of the Norwalk Police Station after the shooting death of 11-year veteran Officer Matthew Morelli while on a nearby neighborhood patrol on Friday. (AP Photo/George Ruhe)


    Probe continues in Conn. officer's slaying


    By Stephen P. Clark
    The Stamford Advocate

    NORWALK, Conn. — The investigation into last week's fatal shooting of Norwalk Police Officer Matthew Morelli has led to several theories, including suicide or an accident, police said yesterday.
    Evidence from the parking lot of the South Norwalk church where Morelli was found will be examined this morning by the State Police Forensic Science Laboratory, Lt. Paul Resnick said.
    Norwalk police plan to meet with forensic experts tomorrow and will hold a news conference that afternoon or Wednesday morning, Resnick said.
    "Nothing has been ruled out," Resnick said. "All options are on the table, and we are looking to gain knowledge from the evidence at the scene."
    Resnick would not say whether police still were searching for a suspect. There is no suspect description, he said.
    "This is not a 60-minute TV show," he said. "We don't always know the answers inside an hour."
    Norwalk police released tentative funeral arrangements for Morelli. A wake will be held Wednesday evening at Collins Funeral Home at 92 East Ave. The funeral will be Thursday morning at St. Matthew's Church at 216 Scribner Ave., and Morelli will be buried later that morning at St. John's Cemetery at 223 Richards Ave. Times for the services had not been set.
    Morelli, 38, was found fatally shot in the parking lot of The Calvin Reformed Church on Lexington Avenue, which backs up to Lubrano Place, at about 12:30 a.m. Friday, shortly after he called headquarters to say he was checking suspicious activity and stepped out of his vehicle.
    He then made a brief call to dispatch before his radio went dead. Police have not released details of that last call.
    Officers rushed to the scene and, less than one minute later, found Morelli shot with a rifle - described by police as an AK-47 or older military-style rifle. The weapon was found next to or under Morelli's body.
    The chief medical examiner's office pronounced Morelli dead at the scene and transported his body Friday afternoon to Farmington for a full autopsy. The office said Saturday that results on the manner of death were pending until more studies were completed, which could take six to 10 weeks.
    Sources close to the investigation say Morelli was shot in the head, but police officially have declined to confirm where he was shot, how many times and whether his service revolver had been fired or drawn.
    Morelli's death triggered a citywide manhunt involving the FBI, the Connecticut State Police Major Crime Squad and police departments from Stamford and neighboring towns. Helicopters equipped with infrared imaging from police departments in New York City and Westchester County, N.Y., assisted in the search for a suspect early Friday.
    Resnick has since said that residents should not consider themselves in danger.
    An 11-year veteran, Morelli grew up in Weston with his two older brothers, Dan and Brian, and their parents, Denis and Roberta, who still live there. Morelli served four years in the Marines, including a tour in the Gulf War, and on the Weston Volunteer Fire Department and the Weston Volunteer Emergency Medical Services Department before joining the Norwalk Police Department.
    His ex-wife and daughter live in Australia.
    Morelli is the fifth city police officer to die in the line of duty.

    Information From: The Stamford Advocate
     
  14. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Funeral plans made for Norwalk officer as investigation continues

    Associated Press - March 24, 2008 6:44 PM ET
    NORWALK, Conn. (AP) - Funeral arrangements have been set for a veteran Norwalk police officer found dead in a secluded parking lot last Friday.
    Norwalk police say Officer Matthew Morelli's wake will be Wednesday night, and his funeral is Thursday morning at St. Matthew's Church in Norwalk. The 38-year-old Morelli was found shot moments after telling dispatchers that he was looking into suspicious activity.
    Police continue to investigate the death. No suspects were found after authorities launched a massive manhunt after finding Morelli. Local, state and federal authorities are participating in the investigation and a department spokesman says they are not ruling out any scenarios.
    Police say they expect to update the public on the progress of the investigation Tuesday afternoon after reviewing more forensic evidence.
    Morelli will buried at St. John's Cemetery in Norwalk.
    Police say a trust fund has been set up for donations to benefit Morelli's 6-year-old daughter, Sydney.

    http://www.wwlp.com/Global/story.asp?S=8062559

    Tentative funeral arrangements have been released for Norwalk Police Officer Matthew Morelli. A wake will be held Wednesday evening, March 26, 2008 at Collins Funeral Home, 92 East Ave. The Funeral Mass will be Thursday morning, March 27, 2008 at St. Matthew Church, 216 Scribner Ave. Burial will follow at St. John's Cemetery, 223 Richards Ave.
    Exact times will be announced as soon as possible.

    Directions
    http://www.collinsfh.com/directions.php
     
  15. jettsixx

    jettsixx Had enough

    Rest in peace.
     
  16. Simon

    Simon Guest

    The rumors are flying. Hoping it's not true.

    Rest In Peace.
     
  17. kttref

    kttref New Member

    A wake will be held Wednesday 3/26/08 1600 hrs to 2000 hrs at the Collins Funeral Home on East Avenue in Norwalk, CT.

    The funeral will be held Thursday morning at St. Matthew's Church on Scribner Avenue.in Norwalk, CT (0830 hrs)

    Following the funeral, Morelli will be laid to rest at St. John's Cemetery on Richards Avenue.

    At this time I have not been told where motor officers and honor guard units are to respond to.
     
  18. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Reports: Conn. police officer's death may have been suicide

    Associated Press - March 25, 2008

    NORWALK, Conn. (AP) - Norwalk police are considering evidence that the death of an 11-year police veteran may have been suicide, according to published reports.
    The New Haven Register is citing a confidential message written by Norwalk's police chief to police chiefs throughout the state. In the note, Chief Harry Rilling says there's a very strong possibility that Officer Matthew Morelli's fatal gunshot wound was self-inflicted.
    The Advocate of Stamford, quoting unnamed police sources, says some forensic evidence suggests that the 38-year-old Morelli shot himself. The newspaper says Morelli was depressed because his ex-wife took their 6-year-old daughter to Australia.
    Norwalk police declined to comment. Officials scheduled a 4 p.m. news conference to discuss the investigation.
    Morelli was killed early Friday in a secluded parking lot in south Norwalk. Police say he told dispatchers he was investigating suspicious activity.
    The shooting launched a manhunt with assistance from other area law enforcement agencies.

    Information From: AP Wire Services

    Chief: Officer's Death Likely Self-Inflicted

    Officer Possibly Depressed Over Ex-Wife, Daughter Moving To Australia



    5:38 pm EDT March 25, 2008

    NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk police officer who died last Friday as a result of gunshot wounds may have shot himself, Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling said late Tuesday afternoon.

    The chief said the department has not yet concluded the cause of death of Officer Matthew Morelli, but that the 11-year police veteran may have inflicted the wounds upon himself.

    [​IMG][​IMG]Chief: Officer's Death Probably A Suicide

    "At this particular moment, the general consensus is that the fatal wound suffered by Officer Morelli was self-inflicted," Rilling said. "Having said that, we are not at a point where we can make a 100 percent conclusion in that regard."

    Morelli, 38, died early Friday in a secluded parking lot in south Norwalk, about 50 miles northeast of New York City, after telling dispatchers he was investigating suspicious activity. The shooting sparked a manhunt that involved helicopters, police dogs and officers from several departments.

    "It's a sad moment for us, no matter what the outcome. We lost a brother. We lost an officer who served the city well," Rilling said.

    The chief said investigators initially believed that someone may have shot Morelli. At some point on Friday afternoon, they thought it may be possible that Morelli had killed himself.

    "When we first arrived at the scene we were only aware of the fact that we had an officer down," Rilling said. "If you act too quickly, you'll be condemned. If you act not quickly enough, you'll be condemned. You just do the best you can with the information you have. … We did release information as the best we could."

    Officials recovered from the scene at least two weapons, including the officer's service weapon and an AK-47. Police had said Friday morning that Morelli broadcasted over the radio that he was stepping out of his cruiser.

    "Shortly after that we heard another broadcast, but then nothing after that," Rilling said. Police declined to specify what was said.

    Authorities have yet to elaborate on what was heard in the second transmission.

    The Advocate of Stamford, quoting unnamed police sources, reported Morelli was depressed because his ex-wife took their 6-year-old daughter to Australia.

    Department Honors Officer's Contributions


    "Nothing can take away from his service to the city, to the country," Norwalk Mayor Richard Moccia said.

    "It's a sad moment for us, no matter what the outcome. We lost a brother. We lost an officer who served the city well."
    - Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling​


    Department officials are conducting a comprehensive review and will be meeting with the medical examiner's office, forensic experts and investigators from the FBI to come to a conclusion about the circumstances surrounding the officer's death.

    Morelli had been a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician, loved farming and had been a Marine intelligence analyst before joining Norwalk police in 1996.

    A spokeswoman for the state's medical examiner said on Saturday a conclusion on the cause and manner of Matthew Morelli's death is pending until more studies are concluded.

    Full Honors Planned To Honor Officer


    The chief described Morelli as a highly decorated Marine and a decorated member of the police department who deserves nothing less. Announced funeral arrangements for Morelli will go on as scheduled, according to the police chief.

    "We're going to be conducting the ceremonies for full honors for a fallen brother because we cannot come to a 100 percent conclusion in the manner of death," Rilling said. "We are going to give Officer Morelli the honor and the respect he is entitled to."

    On Wednesday evening, a wake will be held at the Collins Funeral Home at 92 East Ave. in Norwalk from 5 to 9 p.m.

    On Thursday morning, a Mass will be held at St. Matthew's Church at 216 Scribner Ave. in Norwalk at 9:30 a.m., with a burial to follow at St. John's Cemetery at 223 Richards Ave. in Norwalk.

    The chief thanked the community for condolences sent to the department "during a very difficult time."

    "Matt had a heart as big as the outdoors and he loved his farm and his animals," his family said in a statement. "He adored and loved his family above himself, most especially his precious daughter Sydney Anne."

    In lieu of flowers, police said contributions were requested to a trust fund set up for Morelli's 6-year-old daughter, Sydney.


    Contributions to the fund can be sent to:

    Sydney Anne Morelli Trust Fund
    c/o Fitzmaurice & Siegel
    1281 East Main St.
    Stamford, CT 06902


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  19. kttref

    kttref New Member

    Funeral has been set for 0930 again. If anyone needs info give me a buzz.
     
  20. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Norwalk officer laid to rest

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    by News Channel 8's Erin Cox
    Posted Mar. 27, 2008
    11:40 AM

    Norwalk (WTNH) _ Sound from sirens filled the air as police from all over Connecticut and New England escorted the body of Officer Matthew Morelli to church for his funeral today.
    "It feels wonderful," said Lt. Paul Resnick, Norwalk Police Dept. "The law enforcement community is coming out to support us."
    There was a silent salute from those in uniform and everyday citizens outside St. Matthew's Church. The signature line of blue showed support despite the circumstances.
    "Cops will do that," said Bill Taylor of Norwalk. "They honor their own. That's the old blue line definitely."
    Morelli, 38, died early Friday morning. He radioed that he was investigating "suspicious activity". When back-up arrived he was already dead from a gun shot wound.
    Norwalk police say it appears Morelli committed suicide. Still, there was a strong showing to salute his eleven years of service to the department, and a riderless horse to honor his service with the U.S. Marine Corps.
    Today's somber salute is surrounded by questions.
    "It's a tragedy and there's so many unanswered questions, why this, why that," Lt. Resnick said.
    Morelli was to be buried at St. John's Cemetery in Norwalk with full military honors.

    http://www.wwlp.com/Global/story.asp?S=8078218
     
  21. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Connecticut Officer's Death Ruled Suicide

    May 30th, 2008 01:59 PM

    The Hartford Courant, Conn

    NORWALK -- The death of a Norwalk police officer in a secluded parking lot in March that prompted a large manhunt for suspects has been ruled a suicide, authorities said.
    Officer Matthew Morelli, 38, died of gunshot wounds to the head, according to the medical examiner's office.
    Morelli was on overnight patrol March 21 when he radioed headquarters that he was leaving his cruiser to investigate suspicious activity in the lot in Norwalk's south end, police said.
    A backup officer arriving within a minute of Morelli's last transmission found his body. Police said he had been shot, making him the fifth officer to die in the line of duty in the department's 94-year history.
    Sources told The Courant that Morelli was shot once in the head and that an AK-47 assault rifle was found nearby. The Stamford Advocate reported that the rifle may have been under Morelli's body.
    The death of the 11-year veteran of Norwalk's police force prompted a manhunt for suspects, using tracking dogs and investigators from several area police agencies. At some point, the investigation into Morelli's death went from a multi-agency manhunt for a cop killer to a possible suicide.
    Morelli, who grew up in Weston, was divorced and had a young daughter. He had been a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician, loved farming and had been a Marine intelligence analyst before joining Norwalk police in 1996.


    Information From: The Hartford Courant
     

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