Six people were shot, two fatally, during a violent night in Bridgeport.
According to police, detectives are investigating three incidents which left six people shot early Sunday morning.
Just after midnight, police were called to a large house party at 170 Pitt St. Before officers could arrive, gunfire broke out. Three people, Najees Abraham, Michael Allison and Jamiel Thompson were all shot.
The three men were all shot on the street as the party was ending. No one, including the victims could describe how they were shot or give a description of the suspect, according to police.
The victims were taken to St. Vincent's Medical Center in a private vehicle. Their injuries are believed to be non-life-threatening, according to police.
Anyone with information on this shooting is asked to call Detective Vincent Lariccia at 203-581-5229.
Hours later, around 2:30 a.m. near the intersection of Barnum Avenue and William Street, 23-year-old Abraham Davis was shot and killed after he left a night of drinking with friends.
Davidson had been with a small group of friends, including his brother, on the sidewalk near the intersection, according to police.
Witnesses told police they heard gunshots moments after Davidson walked away but did not see the suspect. Other witnesses told police that Davidson had been at a house party on Pitt Street earlier.
Police are investigating whether the incident is related to the first shooting.
Anyone with information on this shooting is asked to call Detective Robert Winkler at 203-581-5224.
Shortly before 4 a.m., officers were called to 344 Pearl St. on the report of a domestic disturbance.
The victim, Kiromy Fontanez, 24, was pronounced dead at the scene. Her boyfriend, Jose Santiago, 37, is a suspect in this case and is charged with murder and first-degree assault.
Jorge Jimenez, the boyfriend of the victim's mother, was shot in the leg after he attempted to stop Santiago, according to police.
According to police, the mother, Santiago and Fontenez's 5-year-old daughter were home at the time of the shooting.
An extensive search of the area was conducted by police to find Santiago and within an hour he was apprehended on Stillman Street in the back of a taxi that he was taking to New Britain.
Santiago was shoeless and covered in blood. According to police, he later confessed to the crime.
Police continue to investigate the first two incidents.
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