A man was hospitalized after being shot inside Club NV in Hartford early Saturday morning just before closing time.
Police heard shots fired inside the club at 177 Allyn Street at about 1:37 a.m. and found a victim with a gunshot wound to the side in the establishment, police said. It was around the club's posted closing time when police responded.
Officers identified Raymond Ramos, 32, of East Hartford, as the man shot. An ambulance took him to St. Francis Hospital in Hartford to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. He's listed in stable condition.
The intersection of Allyn and High Streets was closed off with crime tape early Saturday morning, a witness told NBC Connecticut. One woman said she heard people screaming around 2 a.m. and she saw chaos across the street when she looked outside her window. She noticed most of the police activity was outside of Club NV and observed one person being carried off in a stretcher.
“I saw ambulance… two ambulance and a whole bunch of guns," Zomayra Coevas, a neighbor, said. "Plice had guns on them, heavy duty guns. I got scared to see that.”
Police are looking for witnesses and Major Crimes officials are investigating.
This isn't the first time police have investigated an incident at the club.
In August, a man was stabbed in Club NV during a fight, according to police.