HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -- Hartford police have arrested two men who are allegedly linked to a homicide that happened back in January.

Police identified the two suspects as 23-year-old Kareem Andrews and 25-year-old Quinton Prince, both of Hartford.

They were charged with felony murder, first-degree criminal attempt at robbery, and first-degree conspiracy to commit robbery.

They were arraigned in court on Thursday morning. Quinton is being held on a $1 million bond and Kareem is being held on $750,000.

Police said they are accused in the murder of 23-year-old Kashnielle Haye, of Hartford.

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Haye was found on the second floor of the motel on Jan. 12, suffering from facial trauma.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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rick be

These two kids crushed their buddy's head? I am so glad I carry a gun like so many others in the Shooting Star.We can't expect any help from the HPD.


Hartford has one of the highest crime rates in the whole country. Your chance of being a victim is 1in 21.


Two more wonderful products from Hartford.


“Two more wonderful products from Hartford” bullshit. Hartford is a wonderful place with amazing people. The stigma and prejudgment around our city is all systematic. Take the time out to get to know, learn and invest in our city. There is violence and crimes everywhere, the difference is just happening in homes. Hartford has birthed some amazing individual, let’s celebrate those wins!


There are serious parenting issues in Hartford for that is how you end up with all these violent Hartford thugs who roam the city stealing and preying on people.

rick be

WOW! You are living in the ancient past. FYI:half the crimes in the Shooting Star are never reported.

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