Saturday, October 1, 2016

The mean streets of Little Rock: Four shot in two shootings

Posted By on Sat, Oct 1, 2016 at 6:56 AM

click to enlarge SHOOTING SCENE: At 22nd and Oak. - KARK
  • KARK
  • SHOOTING SCENE: At 22nd and Oak.

UPDATE: One person, not two, died in separate shootings Friday night at 22nd and Oak and 13th and Rice. The police had originally listed one dead at each location.

At 22nd and Oak, a person shot while driving crashed his car through a fence before he was found. Three were shot at 13th and Rice. KARK reported the shootings around 9:40 p.m.

In the Rice Street shootings, police said three teens were shot and one, Bilijah Muhammad, 19, was in critical condition. One person was found in a car, the other two in the street. Bilal Muhammad, 19, another of those shot apparently is a rapper  featured in a Times article in June.

The identify of the man shot on Oak has not been released.

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