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Hartford Police Investigate City’s 10th Homicide


HARTFORD – Hartford police are investigating the city’s 10th homicide after a 28-year-old man was fatally shot on Friday at the corner of Hungerford and Park streets.

Police said the unidentified Hartford man was shot in the head. He already dead when police arrived.

According to police reports, neighbors reported shots fired about 9:15 p.m. Officers arrived on the scene and found the victim on the ground. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

The police major crimes division and shooting task is now investigating.

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Shot Fired Near Bravo Supermarket on Albany; Two Injured


Posted: 11-29-11, 6:35 p.m.

HARTFORD — At least two men were injured Tuesday in Bravo Supermarket on Albany Avenue during what appeared to be an attempted robbery, according to eye witnesses on the scene.

Hartford Police and police dog survey the crime scene at Bravo plaza on Albany Avenue

According to three witnesses, they heard a shot fired at about 6: 15 p.m. Afterward, they saw one man with his wrist severed and another man with a wound in his back.

Both were taken to St. Francis Hospital.

At least three men were seen running from the scene of the crime .

Police are now on the scene and have cordoned off the premises to investigate.

A police dog is now tracing the scent of the suspects, who fled in the vicinity of Upper Albany, near McDonald’s.

 

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Hartford Police Identify June 2 Victim


HARTFORD — Hartford Police have confirmed the identity of the June 2  homicide victim, who died from a fatal gunshot on June 2.

The victim,  Alvin Nealey, 30, of Hartford, died on the same day at Hartford Hospital, police said.

Police gave this report: At about 5:30 Thursday, officers responded to a report of a serious assault with a firearm in the vicinity of 24-26 Clarendon Street.

On arrival,  police saw Nealy suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.  He was immediately transported to Hartford Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries and subsequently pronounced dead at 7:23 p.m.

Hartford Police ask anyone with information that could assist this investigation to contact, by phone or email, Major Crimes Division Sergeant Brandon O’Brien, at 860-757-4089 or OBRIB001@hartford.gov.

Anonymous tips may be made by calling Hartford Crime Stoppers at 860-722-TIPS (8477), or by utilizing the Hartford Crime Stoppers on-line tip form at the following link:  On-line Crime Stoppers Tip Form.

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Hartford Man Shot At Edgewood And Homestead


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HARTFORD — A Hartford man was reportedly shot in the foot on Friday after gunshots were fired near Edgewood Street and Homestead Avenue.

Hartford Police said gunshots were heard at about 11:45 p.m. Friday while the shooting victim was walking in the area. After hearing those shots, the victim ducked for cover. But he later realized he was shot in the foot, police said.

Someone drove the victim to St. Francis Hospital, and his injuries were said to be non-life-threatening,  police said.

The victim was not able to give a description of his shooter, police said. BB guns for sale

Anyone with information is asked to call Hartford Police at 860-757-4000 or the tip line at 860-722-TIPS (8477).


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Hartford Police Confirm May 2 Shooting Victim


By Marie Lopez, Staff Writer

HARTFORD — Hartford Police have confirmed the indentity of a May 2 homicide victim.

The victim, Jarrell Warmington, 21, of  an unknown address in Hartford died yesterday after his body absorbed seven gunshot wound, police said.

Warmington died after he was taken to St. Francis Hospital, police said.

His fatal death followed shortly after Hartford police officers responded to a report of an individual suffering from a gunshot would at the Kentucky Friday Chicken at 779 Albany Ave., Hartford.  The call came in on Monday at about 11:30 p.m., police said.

On arrival officers found Warmington suffering from several gunshot wounds.  He was immediately transported to St. Francis Hospital where he was pronounced deceased, police said.

According to police, initial investigation the indicates the incident may have involved two suspects described as Black males, 21-22 years of age, one 5’10′, 160 lbs, wearing a black leather coat, and the second, 6’1″, 175 lbs., wearing a black/blue fitted baseball cap.

Hartford Police ask anyone with information about this incident to contact Major Crimes Division Sergeant Garth Perri  by phone at 860-757-4309, or email at perrg001@hartford.gov.

Anonymous tips may be made by calling Hartford Crime Stoppers at 860-722-TIPS (8477), or by utilizing the Hartford Crime Stoppers on-line tip form at the following link:  On-line Crime Stoppers Tip Form.

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Shooting On Martin Street, One Dead


HARTFORD — Police have confirmed that one man has died after a shooting on Martin Street.

Late Sunday, Hartford police were still investigating a shooting at 38 Martin Street in which two men were reportedly shot.

According to reports, one man died from a bullet wound to the chest. The other was injured and is reportedly OK.

 

 

 

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