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CrimeLMPD: Woman in critical condition after southwest Louisville shooting

22:34  09 july  2019
22:34  09 july  2019 Source:   courier-journal.com

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LOUISVILLE , Ky. (WDRB) -- A woman is in critical condition after being shot Wednesday in Old Louisville . LMPD said it happened around 5 p.m. at Fourth and Kentucky Streets. Officers arrived to find a woman shot inside a car. She was transported to University Hospital in critical condition .

A woman is in critical condition after being shot Wednesday near Fourth and West Kentucky streets near Spalding University's campus. Around 5 p.m., Louisville Metro Police officers responded to a call of a shooting . When they arrived, they found a woman who had been shot inside a vehicle, LMPD

A woman is in critical condition after she was shot multiple times early Tuesday in southwest Louisville, and another woman has been arrested in connection with the shooting, according to police.

Louisville Metro Police spokesman Dwight Mitchell said officers found the woman about 3 a.m. Tuesday suffering from multiple gunshot wounds in the 3200 block of Patricia Drive in the St. Dennis neighborhood.

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Louisville police respond to 4 shootings Friday evening, one man arrested after standoff. LMPD responded to a reported shooting at 6:10 p.m. in the 7800 block of St. Andrews Church Road, where they found a man with a gunshot wound to his back, according to a statement from police spokesman

Crews rushed the victim to University Hospital in critical condition and doctors took him into surgery, according to Louisville Metro This is the sixth person shot in Louisville in the past 24 hours. One of those people has died. Anyone with information on this crime should call LMPD ’s anonymous tipline

The woman was taken to University of Louisville Hospital in critical condition, Mitchell said.

About 7:30 a.m. , officers arrested Cicley R. Herring and charged her with first-degree assault in connection with the shooting, according to an arrest citation.

LMPD: Woman in critical condition after southwest Louisville shooting© Louisville Metro Corrections Cicley Herring

Herring, 35, approached officers and told them, "I shot her," according to the arrest report. A gun was also found at the scene.

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