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Monday, March 23, 2009

Monday morning coming down

Posted By on Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 8:19 AM

LRPD reports a shoot-em-up on parking lot at University and Col. Glenn around 3 a.m. this morning. Injured include a two-year-old child.

LRPD release

At approximately 0315 hours, Officers responded to a large crowd on the Office Furniture (old K-Mart) parking lot at 6221 Col Glenn. The officers estimated there were about 100 vehicles gathered and several hundred people. As they approached, officers heard shots fired from the parking lot. Two victims went to local hospitals by private vehicle. One is a B/F 2 years old and the other is a B/M 28 years old. Both of these subjects were in the same vehicle on the parking lot. The two year old suffered from a gunshot wound to the head. She is at Children’s Hospital where she is in surgery and listed in critical condition.  The other victim was hit in the right shoulder by bullet fragments. He was treated and released.
 
Detectives were notified along with Crime Scene. No suspects at this time and no motive. I will keep you informed of any changes


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