By | February 6, 2024

Teenager Faces Charges in Fatal Waterbury Shooting Incident

An 18-year-old female, Angela Bodden-Mitchell, has been taken into custody in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred in the heart of Waterbury, Connecticut. The incident, which has rocked the local community, took place in the vicinity of Bernie’s Restaurant, a popular local haunt on North Main Street.

The Tragic Incident

The incident unravelled on January 30th when the local law enforcement responded to a car crash at Bernie’s Restaurant. The vehicle had collided with multiple objects within the establishment’s parking lot. Upon further investigation, the officers made a shocking discovery – the driver of the vehicle had been shot in the back of his head, leading to the crash.

Victim Identified

The gunshot victim has since been identified as 38-year-old Keno Williams, a resident of Waterbury. Sadly, Williams succumbed to his injuries after being rushed to St. Mary’s Hospital, a leading healthcare provider in the area.

Suspect in Custody

After a thorough investigation, the authorities identified Angela Bodden-Mitchell, an 18-year-old local, as a prime suspect. She was apprehended on February 3rd and has been charged with attempted murder and first-degree attempted robbery.

Court Proceedings

Bodden-Mitchell was presented before the court for her arraignment on Tuesday. The presiding judge deemed the circumstances severe enough to set her bond at a hefty $2.5 million.

Ongoing Investigation

The incident continues to be under active investigation by the local law enforcement. The police have intimated that there may be additional arrests in the future as part of this case.

This tragic event has sent shock waves through the close-knit Waterbury community, highlighting the pressing need for continued vigilance and community cooperation in preventing such incidents.