Bridgeport – City Curfew In Effect
A curfew for minors has been implemented by authorities following a recent spate of shootings in Bridgeport.
City officials have just instructed police to enforce a city-wide curfew for minors. This follows shooting incidents that have occurred in recent days. 18-year-old Myreke Kenion was shot and killed last Sunday, while four motorists were shot at and injured in front of the city courthouse on Golden Hill Street last Monday. Authorities are currently investigating both incidents and are suspecting a connection between them in terms of motive. State troopers will also be deployed throughout the city to help local officers with enforcement. This is a developing story. Updates will be provided when new info becomes available.
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