From Dan Tepfer, CT Post:
But it was an unannounced member of the panel, Police Chief Joseph Gaudett who was sitting in the audience, who took much of the spotlight and the heat of the discussion.
“After the slaughter in Trumbull Gardens, I pleaded with the City Council, ‘When are we going to see officers out there 24/7 on the beat. These folks are living in fear; they deserve better treatment,” Clyde Nicholson scolded Gaudett in the audience.
And while Gaudett responded that the Bridgeport Police Department had a plan in place, he resisted calls from the gathering to reveal them. Instead, Gaudett said all would become clear at a press conference by Mayor Bill Finch scheduled for Tuesday morning.
Full story here.