Police have arrested two suspects in connection with a drug-related homicide.
They say 24-year-old Mohamad Rahim, of Ansonia, and 25-year-old Jeremy Bratz, of Stratford, have confessed to their involvement in the killing of Duhaney Watson.
The two men have been charged with felony murder and robbery and are being held on $1 million bonds.
Watson was found dead near Charles and Main streets at about 8 a.m. on Sept. 27.
Police say the two men went to Watson's Charles Street home in the early morning hours that day to buy heroin.
Rahim pulled his gun on Watson and demanded the drugs. When Watson refused, police say Rahim shot him in the face and took an estimated $700 worth of heroin before fleeing by car with Bratz.
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