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Gunshot wounds bystander at Rave Theater

Posted By on Sun, Jun 18, 2017 at 7:51 AM

click to enlarge 'WRONG PLACE': Theater were shooting occurred.
  • 'WRONG PLACE': Theater were shooting occurred.

Fox 16 reports
that one person, believed to be an unintended victim, was shot in the leg standing outside Rave Theater last night.

Police said the shot came from the parking lot and the wound wasn't life threatening. Police spokesman Steve Moore said the victim "was in the wrong place at the wrong time." The victim was reportedly near the theater entrance.

I know what Moore means, but it's an unfortunate turn of phrase. Someone goes to a movie Saturday night in Little Rock. Wrong place? Wrong time?

MORE FROM KARK: Man was about to enter theater when he heard shots. Turned to look and told his wife to hide behind concrete barrier. When he turned he was shot in the hip.

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