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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Shot while cooking

Posted By on Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 11:02 AM

Another house shot up, as reported by LRPD. 2009- 9806 – TERRORISTIC ACT
VICTIM – VIRGINIA BROWN, B/F, 9-14-1971, 3201 W. 23RD
On 1-27-09, at approximately 2130 hours, officers responded to a shooting just occurred call at 3201 W. 23rd and were informed by family members that two vehicles pulled up and several subjects got out with guns and began shooting into the residence.  Virginia Brown, who was inside the residence cooking dinner for her family, was struck in the head from one of the rounds passing through the house.  The twelve other members of her family, ages ranging from one month to nineteen years of age, all got down on the floor to keep from being struck.  MEMS transported Brown to UAMS where she is listed in critical condition.  No arrests or motive at this time.

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