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Friday, February 19, 2010

Dangerous shopping

Posted By on Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 8:26 AM

Today's questions-remain crime report from LRPD: Three men walk into emergency rooms with gunshot wounds suffered while shopping at Creme Clothing at 4618 Asher Avenue.

FROM LRPD:


Officers responded to the UAMS/ER were two shooting victims walked in for treatment of gunshot wounds. The two B/M victims were identified as Brad Christian, 5-14-63 and Willie Feares, 6-4-64. Both victims at the UAMS/ER stated that they were both shot at 4618 Asher inside the busness and did not know who shot them. The victims further stated that they were just shopping at the store. Inside the business at 4618 Asher there appeared to have been a struggle.  The Detective Division responded and began interviewing possible witnesses. While at the crime scene, a third victim walked into St. Vincent / ER with a gunshot wound. Officers made contact with the victim who was identified as a B/M, Jerry Sullivan, 2-2-63. He stated that he was simply shopping at the store when an unknown suspect shot him. The business’s front and back doors were secure. Detectives obtained a search warrant for the business. LRFD responded to the scene to defeat the steel security bars at the entrance. In the business there were signs of a shooting and struggle. The business sold clothing. The investigation is continuing. No arrests at this time.

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