Jordan Robinson Waterbury CT star football player died in targeted shooting on Kenyon Street

Jordan Robinson Waterbury CT star football player died in targeted shooting on Kenyon Street

Jordan Robinson Death – A 22-year-old Waterbury CT star football player has been identified as the victim who passed away in a deadly shooting on Kenyon Street Monday. Jordan Robinson died after he was shot multiple times by an unidentified suspect. According to law enforcement agencies, Jordan was rushed to Saint Mary’s Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.

According to the Waterbury Observer, Robinson was a star football player in the city and played for Sacred Heart, Holy Cross, and Cheshire Academy. He also played football at the University of New Haven. WPD Major Crimes detectives are actively investigating this crime.

Coach Phil Dawson wrote; I’m having a tough time processing the loss of a young man whom I coached since he was 7 years of age. I remember his first play from scrimmage like it was yesterday. I am bonded forever to these young men. I would have given them more of my time, energy, and talent if it was possible. To see such a promising 22-year-old young man’s life end in this way is beyond description. Rest now, Jordan Robinson. J.Rob! I love you, man. My whole family shed a tear tonight. No matter what, Coach Phil loves you, my brother!

Anyone with information is requested to contact the WPD Detective Bureau at (203) 574-6941 or Crime Stoppers anonymous tip line at (203) 755-1234.

Jordan Robinson Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family

Photo: The Waterbury Observer

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