Crime: Multiple overnight shootings in Boston send 3 men to hospital - PressFrom - US

CrimeMultiple overnight shootings in Boston send 3 men to hospital

15:35  06 august  2019
15:35  06 august  2019 Source:

5 shot over 3-hour stretch overnight in Cleveland

5 shot over 3-hour stretch overnight in Cleveland Cleveland police are currently investigating after five separate shootings occurred overnight in the city during a roughly three-hour span. The first incident occurred on the 2400 block of E 66th St., where a woman was shot in the arm around 9:30 p.m. She was later taken to MetroHealth Medical Center. The night continued from there: 10 p.m. - 35-year-old man shot; taken to University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center 11 p.m. - 37-year-old man shot in left thigh; taken to South Pointe Hospital 11:40 p.m. - Woman shot near East 123rd Street and St. Clair Avenue; taken to UH 12:40 a.m. - 32-year-old man shot in right knee near corner of East 133rd Street and Caine Ave.

A violent night of gunfire sent two people to hospital and resulted in a four car crash Friday night. As Faiza Amin reports, all the incidents are still

Police have arrested a 24-year-old man in connection with the shooting of one man and the stabbing of another in Revere. The two victims have not been identified and remain hospitalized in Boston . A 27-year-old Chelsea man is being treated at Massachusetts General Hospital for multiple gunshot

Three men were taken to local area hospitals after police responded to two separate shootings early Tuesday morning, Boston police said.

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One man was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after police responded to a reported shooting at 49 Wildwood St. in Mattapan at around 1:30 a.m.

Three hours later, Police responded to the intersection of Blue Hill Avenue and Devon Street in Roxbury, where two other men were shot. A Boston police spokesperson said they do not currently know the extent of their injuries.

The spokesperson said that police do not believe the two shootings are connected.

Police do not currently have any suspects nor have any arrests been made.

The investigations are ongoing.


3 dead, officer fired his weapon in separate city shootings.
Three men are dead and an officer fired his weapon in separate shootings Wednesday night in Baltimore City. City police said officers were called around 7:29 p.m. to the 900 block of East 41st Street in north Baltimore, where a man was shot. He was taken to a hospital, where he died. Police said the victim had a handgun in his pants. About 20 minutes later, a police officer on patrol in the 700 block of North Fremont Avenue near Lanvale Street in west Baltimore saw people shooting at each other. The officer discharged his service weapon at the armed people, who fled. No injuries were reported, police said. Around 8:54 p.m.

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