BrIdgeport, CT — April 14, 2013) — City police are investigating a double shooting that happened on Barnum Avenue overnight Sunday.  One of the victims was in critical condition.
Patrol officers responded to Bridgeport Hospital at 2:29 a.m. on a report of two people suffering from gunshot wounds. The victims arrived in a private car.  The operator of the vehicle, a silver Dodge Magnum, was identified as Mack Green, 44, of Reservoir Avenue in Bridgeport. He suffered a gunshot wound to the upper thigh. His passenger, Rodney Spann, 42, of Carnegie Street in Bridgeport, suffered from gunshot wounds to the neck and chest.
Detectives immediately responded to the hospital and shooting scene.
This is what investigators have learned so far:
Apparently both victims were at Club Delight, 1611 Barnum Avenue.

During the course of the evening, several fights broke out inside the establishment, including one that involved Spann’s son-in-law. Spann attempted to intercede.
After leaving the establishment, Green and Spann entered Green’s vehicle and were immediately confronted by an unknown male who walked up to the vehicle, reached in and fired multiple shots. Green then fled, heading directly to Bridgeport Hospital ER.
Green’s wounds were not considered life threatening.
Spann was reported to be in critical condition, having gone into cardiac arrest. As of 8 a.m., he  was undergoing surgery.  The investigation is ongoing and active.

By Stephen Krauchick

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