Bridgeport kids reach out to help peers orphaned in triple murder

Children, parents and school officials in Bridgeport are reaching out in sympathy to four children who witnessed the murder of their parents. Bridgeport School Superintendent John Ramos says a team of counselors visited with children at Roosevelt School Wednesday. Ramos says three out of victims? four children, 10-year-old Dorentina, 8-year-old Dorat and 6-year-old Dorisa attend Roosevelt. Ramos says the children?s peers are reaching out by writing letters to lend sympathy and friendship. A memorial is also set up outside the home, where the crime ocurred.Police have charged Kadir Babiso in the shooting death of the couple and another man Monday at the Fairfield Garden Apartments in Bridgeport. Neighbors say the triple homicide was triggered by allegations of stolen cigarettes at Babiso's former job at an Exxon gas station, where the couple also worked.

Related Information:Bridgeport Police Department: 203-576-7624 or 203-576-7917

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