• 911 calls from Connecticut club shooting released


    HARTFORD, Conn. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Law enforcement officials released 911 tapes Thursday that detail the chaos at a Hartford night club following the shooting of a former associate of Aaron Hernandez.

    Emergency callers inside the club run for cover as gunshots ring out.

    "They coming now with a gun, they coming with a gun now," an emergency caller said.

    Investigators allege Alexander Bradley, an associate of former Patriots player Aaron Hernandez, fired at least 11 shots at the doors and windows to the club.

    Police say Bradley was retaliating against 29-year-old Leslie Randolph, who was arrested Tuesday night for his alleged connection to Bradley's shooting. Investigators say that they have Randolph on video surveillance shooting Bradley with a handgun outside the club.

    Bradley was shot three times in the leg and groin. After that, Bradley allegedly went for his gun in his car, came back and sprayed the club with bullets.

    "There's a shooting. They're shooting at the building, there's people outside they're shooting at the club," one emergency caller said.

    Bradley is the former right-hand man of Aaron Hernandez. He has been subpoenaed to appear before two Massachusetts grand juries investigating Hernandez for the Odin Lloyd murder and a double murder in Boston.

    A week before Hernandez was arrested and charged in the Odin Lloyd murder, Bradley filed a civil suit claiming Hernandez shot him in the eye in February of 2013 after an argument at a Florida strip club.

    In the Connecticut club shooting case, Randolph has been charged with first degree assault and firearms charges.

    Bradley has been charged with reckless endangerment and several firearms charges.

    Both Randolph and Bradley are being held on $1 million bail and are expected back in court next month.

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