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Autopsy Reveals Teen Died From Gunshot Wounds To Chest

May 11th, 2017 · 11 Comments · Law Enforcement, News and Events

From Dan Tepfer, CT Post:

UPDATE here. Fifteen-year-old Jayson Negron died from gunshot wounds to the chest the autopsy shows.

According to the Chief State Medical Examiner, Negron, who was shot by an officer after police said he rammed the officer with a stolen car, died as a result of gunshot wounds to the torso and upper extremities with injury of the lungs, pulmonary trunk and right pulmonary artery. The death was listed as a homicide.

Full story here.


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11 Comments so far ↓

  • Ron Mackey

    Where are the videos from the police cars cameras and from the body cameras from all of those police officers to show what actually happen?

  • tallguy316

    What dashcams or body cams Bridgeport has neither

  • Mojo

    *** It’s amazing how quick people want every piece of evidence, pictures, videos, medical, police reports, etc. after a shooting in general, without having the patience and understanding that these type of incidents take some time ! ***

    • Ron Mackey

      Mojo, thee is no problem in waiting but for how long? I asked a very simple question, “Where are the videos from the police cars cameras and from the body cameras from all of those police officers to show what actually happen?” Now the police can easily say that that are reviewing the video or that the Bridgeport Police Department does not have any type of cameras being used by police officers. If they don’t have cameras, why?

      • Eric Alicea

        He BPD doesn’t have body cameras since the cost of storing the videos is high. There is also a debate regarding how long the videos should be held.

        • John Marshall Lee

          Have you accepted the proffered excuse about the expense of video storage holding us back? This City purchases many items each year, but which person or entity in the City structure assures us of its use when put in service and the fate of the item when it no longer works?? We spend a lot of effort in separating (or combining) that which goes into a waste stream, but where is our cash recovery for old or surplus purchases? Do we support the funding of safety officers at OVERTIME EXPENSE rather than at normal pay? After all, isn’t this among the safest duties for public safety officers who serve and protect 24/7? Who does not want the cameras, and why? Time will tell.

  • Stringfellow

    Agreed, it seems no one cares about the autopsy of Kyree Kennedy, the video of the killing or a report from the police about the progress of the investigation to this date.

  • Mojo

    *** Just how long has it been since the shooting, 3-days and some of the public feels that it’s been long enough for pictures, videos, medical reports, etc. to be out to the media to report; really? ***

  • Mojo

    *** In the sprit world, when a wrong or dis-service has been done to fellow man or woman; God looks down upon those in error in shame, till the wrong has been made right! *** With patience comes real truth in time’ no? ***

    • Ron Mackey

      Mojo, the picture is changing quickly, it has been reported and seen that there is s video of the young man was moving on the ground and still alive and handcuffed with his hands behind his back. Why didn’t someone start emergency medical procedures? Why was the body left uncovered for over 6 hours? At what point and time was medical aid given? Chief Perez can release that information now.

  • Stringfellow

    Based on what I have read about this incident the Bridgeport Police are not conducting the investigation. The State Police are they are the ones who can release any details. Let’s say for the sake of argument an ambulance crew was there when this happened and began to render first aid.

    On the way to the hospital Jayson expires from his wounds. Would this change anything it would seem he was beyond anything medical could have been do to save his life. Would this have changed people’s minds about this shooting? I doubt it since it was was the police did the shooting and already their minds have been made up.

    It does look bad a dead uncovered handcuffed body on the street no question. In this case the Bridgeport Officers were following their protocol not to touch anything so not to disturb the integrity of the crime scene. What would a sheet do to contaminate a crime scene? Most likely nothing but it wasn’t done but there was a reason why.

    For some people this does not sit well but the killing of a teenager should not sit well with anyone despite who ended their life. I saw on the news tonight a man was run down and killed by a hit/run driver in Bridgeport. The driver was chased by the police and arrested. There is no outrage from the community over this. The driver was found to be under the influence. Again no outrage about the evil result of driving under the influence.

    We all know police, fire and medical radio calls are recorded. In time all the times will be revealed, the time the cops called for medics, the time the medics got there and what they did. There is a reason why these have not be released by the State Police or any other details. The armchair quarterbacks are going have to wait.

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