Police investigate shots fired at Windsor Hotel party | Crime and courts

WINDSOR — Police say they are investigating an incident in which shots were fired at a party at a Windsor hotel in early December 11.

No victims or suspects were located at the scene, police said. However, police said they believe an ongoing Connecticut State Police investigation in which they found gunshot victims inside a car traveling southbound on the Interstate 91 could be linked.

At 2:31 a.m. on December 11, police said they responded to the Residence Inn by Marriott at 100 Dunfey Lane where they discovered a fight had broken out at a party in one of the hotel rooms.

After the fight broke out, a man left the party and later returned with a gun, police said. The man fired four shots in the direction of the room where the party was held before fleeing.

After the shooting, police said, another man came out of the hotel room and “pointed a gun with a laser at the stairwell at the location of the subject who fired.”

Police said officers found bullet holes and bullet casings when they arrived, but no victims were found.

State Police, meanwhile, said they are investigating a complaint that Windsor Police believe may be linked to the hotel shooting.

State police said troopers responded to a 911 call at 2:35 a.m. Dec. 11 about a shooting that occurred near exit 33 on I-91 southbound. Police said officers found two gunshot victims in a vehicle, who were later transported to St. Frances Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford following their injuries.

The police did not provide any information on the status of the victims.

Windsor Police said the Detective Division is working with state police to investigate the incident.

Austin Mirmina covers Manchester and Bolton.

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