CT Post reports:
More than 70 people packed a Main Street courthouse Tuesday morning as five young men were brought in to face murder charges for the gang-related killing of a Harding High School student on mischief night.
Police cars ringed the block around the courthouse and State Police with dogs patrolled the halls.
One by one the defendants, 17-year-old Khaliq Brown, Joseph Humphrey, 16, Jaquan Williams, 17, Roshawn Robinson, 20 and Kayne Minor, 18, were led before Superior Court Judge Robert Devlin — all with their hands and feet shackled
On Oct. 30 Nwalozie, a student at Harding High School, was gunned down at the intersection of Hallett and Shelton streets. Police said Nwalozie was walking along the street with some friends shortly after 5 p.m. when shots rang out from a passing red sports utility vehicle with tinted windows. As Nwalozie lay dying in the street from a gunshot wound in the back he was urged by detectives to name his killer.