A Stamford teen is behind bars on a half-million-dollar bond after being charged in connection with a summertime shooting that left two injured.
Members of the Stamford Police Department arrested John Carlos Montero-Delossantos of Harbor Street in Stamford on Friday, Nov. 23 in relation to the double shooting that occurred on June 23 on Durant Street.
That night, a fight started in the street as people were leaving a nearby party, Stamford Police Captain Richard Conklin said.
Multiple gunshots were fired from a single perpetrator during this fight. Two juveniles, ages 16 and 17, were struck by the gunfire and received non-life threatening injuries.
Delossantos was charged with first-degree reckless endangerment, risk of Injury to a minor, unlawful discharge of a firearm, carrying a pistol without a permit, and two counts of first-degree assault.
Delossantos is currently in police custody and is held on a $500,000 court set bond.
If anyone has information related to this incident, or any other incidents involving Delossantos, they should contact Investigator Damien Rosa, Stamford Police Department Major Crimes, at 203-977-4420.
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