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Man Arrested in Connection With 2010 Hartford Shooting



    Hartford Police
    Quinelle McKenzie, 19, was arrested July 3 in connection to a June 2010 shooting. He is currently in jail for an unrelated incident.

    Hartford police have arrested a man in connection with a June 2010 shooting that left one victim in a coma with serious lung and heart injuries.

    According to police, on June 30, 2010, Edwin Darnell Kiser, 21, was shot three times at a 91 Barbour Street apartment. Kiser lost part of his lung, took a bullet to the heart and ended up in a coma for several days, police said.

    Police identified the shooting suspect as Quinelle McKenzie, 19. McKenzie was arrested July 3, 2013 and charged with criminal attempt at murder and first-degree assault.

    In 2011, McKenzie was convicted of first-degree assault for an unrelated incident. He was incarcerated in Aug. 2011 and is still in jail, according to the state Department of Correction and Hartford police.

    McKenzie's latest bond is set at $750,000, police said.