STAMFORD, Conn. — Two teens suffered gunshots in a shooting early Saturday in the parking lot of Stamford hotel, although one did not go to the hospital for hours, police told the Stamford Advocate.
A 16-year-old went to Stamford Hospital after he was shot in the shoulder outside La Quinta Inn and Suites on Harvard Avenue, and a 19-year-old who was so drunk the he did not know he had been hit in the shoulder and stomach arrived a few hours later, the Advocate said.
The city's eight shootings since March 25 may be related to rival groups from Connecticut Avenue and Spruce Street, police told the Advocate.
In a second shooting early Monday, a man was cut by broken glass at a home on Ranson Street, the Advocate said.
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