Norwalk man accused in stabbing faces ousting from probation program

A file photo of a Norwalk, Conn., police cruiser. Norwalk police charged Joseph Lombardo, a former Stamford substitute teacher who was suspended in...

December 9, 2022
3:34 AM

A file photo of a Norwalk, Conn., police cruiser. Norwalk police charged Joseph Lombardo, a former Stamford substitute teacher who was suspended in 2018, after he allegedly touched a teenager inappropriately. Norwalk Police / Contributed PhoSTAMFORD — A Norwalk man accused of stabbing his sister-in-law's ex is likely to be tossed out of a pretrial probationary program related to a prior criminal case, a judge said on Thursday.Judge Kevin Randolph told Anthony Toscano, 24, that he will likely terminate the 24-year-old's accelerated rehabilitation, pretrial probation program that — if successfully completed — would've led to charges against him being dropped after he was arrested in August on a first-degree assault charge.

Pat Tomlinson