HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)-- A vigil was held Tuesday night, at a Hartford nightclub where two people have been killed in two separate incidents, less than a month apart.
The vigil was held to remember the lives lost and in the hope that it won't happen again.
"I miss my son so much. He was a good boy," said Gloria Simpe, Brian's mother.
Family friends cried, remembering two lives lost at a vigil in front of a Hartford bar called Up or On the Rocks. There were two shootings there, less than a month apart.
Miguel Delgado was killed and three weeks before that, Brian Simpe. Both parents were on hand Tuesday night to remember their sons.
"He was a very good boy, never got in trouble. No fights, nothing, and I don't know who could do this to my son. I miss him so much," said Simpe.
Police say they have arrested the shooters in both cases. Angel Morales from New Haven turned himself in to police Tuesday afternoon for the most recent killing.
Also, Mike Cruz, who was picked up poolside while on vacation at Disney World. Police say that fight started over a spilled drink.
"A spilt drink! That is stupidity. This is all it is, stupidity. It's senseless," said Kasey Brown, Hartford.
"Miguel was like my brother. I hang with his family all the time. I am with his family at all moments," said Angel Fontanez, Hartford.
Police say they met with the owner of Up or On the Rocks, and they say he is trying to do the right thing. He is still trying to decide whether or not to reopen the bar after he was shut down.
Police say if he does reopen, there will be new laws in place for him.
"We will see how that unfolds. Right now, the Chief is instituting the 1729 ordinance, which is a mandatory hiring of police officers," said Lt. Brain Foley.
Family question why the bar was allowed to stay open after the first shooting.
"If I could have a chance to talk to the mayor, I would tell him he could have stopped this. But he didn't," said Derick Yeboah, Brian's father.
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