Bridgeport police promise increased patrols

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport officials say police will be stepping up patrols following two weekend shootings.

One happened early Saturday morning outside Club Lo on Pine Street where two people were shot. One of the victims, Tarik Williams, remains in critical condition.

Then, another man was shot in the leg Sunday night at the corner of Reservoir and Grandview avenues.

Investigators say they found at least two dozen bullet casings at the scene.

City officials say they are also considering implementing a curfew that would go into effect at 10 p.m.

Bridgeport city councilmember demands less violence3 hurt in 2 Bridgeport shootings

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