STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A Stamford man is facing assault charges after hitting a neighbor with his car and pinning him up against another parked vehicle Monday morning, according to police.
Police arrested Marvin Thompson, of Connecticut Ave. in Stamford. He was allegedly upset over a previous situation with his neighbor Melvin Constant, police said.
The crash happened at 7 am Monday at 250 Connecticut Ave.
According to officials, Thompson approached the cul-de-sac when he saw Constant exiting a double parked vehicle. Thompson then drove his 2006 Scion TC directly at Constant, striking and pinning him against another parked vehicle.
Officials say Constant fractured his left leg in several places and suffered facial injuries as well. He was transported to Stamford Hospital.
Officers arrested Thompson a short time later near the crash scene.
Thompson has been charged with first-degree assault.
Police are still investigating the incident and ask anyone who may have witnessed the crash or has further information, to contact Stamford Police.