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Three 20-Year-Olds Nabbed In Connection To Trumbull Avenue Shooting

Shakale Brantley Photo Credit: Bridgeport Police Department
Nazjeir Diaz Photo Credit: Bridgeport Police Department
Ean Felton Photo Credit: Bridgeport Police Department

Three 20-year-olds have been apprehended in connection to a shooting in Bridgeport.

The victim, who was hospitalized with injuries to the hip, after the incident in the 400-500 block of Trumbull Avenue on Wednesday, Jan. 15.

The suspects, all of Bridgeport, have been identified as Shakale Brantley, Nazjeir Diaz and Ean Felton.

Bridgeport Police say they were taken into custody late Wednesday night on the 100 block of Huntington Road after info was receivedĀ  the responsible vehicle for the Trumbull Avenue shooting was at that location

Brantley and Diaz were each charged with:

  • possession with intent to sell,
  • illegal possession of narcotics,
  • possession of .5 ounces of canabis,
  • carrying a pistol without a permit,
  • illegal alteration of firearm identity,
  • illegal possession of a weapon in a motor vehicle,
  • and criminal possession of a firearm.

Their bonds were set to $100,000.

Felton was hospitalized for minor injuries he sustained while resisting arrest, police said. He was charged with:

  • possession with intent to sell,
  • illegal possession of narcotics,
  • possession of .5 ounces of canabis,
  • illegal alteration of firearm identity,
  • illegal possession of a weapon in a motor vehicle and interfering with an officer.

His bond was set to $75,000.

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