2 people arrested in connection to shooting investigation
Jul. 24, 2018
MANCHESTER, Conn. (AP) — Two people have been arrested in Connecticut in connection to a shooting investigation.
Police detained 25-year-old Anthony Gunn of Manchester and 27-year-old Kevin McCray of New Britain in Manchester on Tuesday for their alleged roles in a recent shooting.
Police believe the shooting to be connected to a triple fatal car crash in May 2017.
The shooting Saturday in Manchester had at least one shot fired at a targeted victim, who wasn't injured. Police say they believe the two targeted 24-year-old Gustin Douglas in retaliation for a crash that killed three people. Gunn is being held on several charges including larceny and criminal attempt to commit assault, and is being held for $500,000 bail. MCray is charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree assault and is being held on $500,000 bail.
Three people died during the car crash.