New Haven police arrest suspect after gunfire on Greenwich Avenue

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NEW HAVEN — Officers from the New Haven Police Department (NHPD) swiftly arrested a man following a shooting incident on Greenwich Avenue, where almost 50 rounds were fired on June 4.

At 7:54 p.m., police responded to reports of gunfire between Howard Avenue and First and Second Streets.

Upon arrival, the NHPD quickly pinpointed the location of the suspect to a house on Greenwich Avenue and cordoned off the area.

Daryl Brantley, born March 14, 1980, was ordered to leave the residence along with other occupants.

After a standoff that lasted several hours, Brantley surrendered to the New Haven SWAT team and was apprehended without further incident.

A search warrant led to the discovery of an AK47-style rifle and two high-capacity magazines inside the home.

Brantley faces numerous charges, including Criminal Possession of a Firearm, two counts of Possession of a Large Capacity Magazine, Carrying a Pistol without a Permit, Unlawful Discharge, Reckless Endangerment 1st Degree, Interfering with Police, Kidnapping 1st Degree, Burglary 1st Degree, and Assault on a Police Officer.

The NHPD urges anyone with information about the incident to contact detectives at 203-946-6304.

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