1:03pm–#Fairfield CT–Firefighters on the way to 100 Vermont Avenue for smoke in the basement.
The Police Department is releasing the identity of a homicide victim who died from gunshot wounds on Tuesday. His identity was confirmed through fingerprint analysis.
Ramon Bueno-Andujar, 48, was found on Oakleaf Street on Tuesday suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
Patrol officers had responded to the area of Trumbull Avenue on Tuesday at approximately 1 a.m. on a report of shots fired. Shortly thereafter reports came in of a man down in front of 85 Oakleaf St. Upon arrival a male was located lying on the street suffering from numerous gunshot wounds.
The victim, was pronounced dead at the scene by A.M. R. personnel. The victim’s vehicle, a 2002 Land Rover Freelander, was parked at the curb next to the victim.
At this time the Bridgeport Police Department Detective Division is investigating the homicide, the city’s 5th of the year. Anyone with information is asked to contact Lt. Chris Lamaine at 203-581-5206. No motive has been established at this time.
1:27pm–#Bridgeport CT–A woman has been stabbed by a person she knows at 1349 Park Avenue. Police and EMS on scene. 1:50am–UPDATE–Police have one person in custody. UPDATE:
Police Officer Leonard Alterio was called to a Park Avenue grocery store at 1:22 a.m. Friday and encountered the victim, who was stabbed several times.
She explained that she and her boyfriend Andrew Kane, of 1335 Park Ave., got into an argument and that he stabbed her. Officers walked over to his apartment and were allowed in by Kane’s roommate. They could not find Kane – until he called his roommate on the phone. Alterio took the phone and urged Kane to turn himself in but, over the handset, also could hear the voices of the other police officers in the apartment. He believed that meant Kane was nearby and his suspicion proved correct when Kane opened the door to an unused stairwell and emerged.
Kane was charged with first-degree assault, possession of a dangerous weapon and reckless endangerment. His bond was set at $50,000.