Tonight we roundup news of local violence continuing to ramp up this Summer.
The report . . .
Tonight at approximately 8pm, officers who were working off duty inside the community center located at 4201 E 63rd Street heard multiple gunshots outside in the parking lot. The off duty officers immediately responded, observed a shooting in the parking lot and called for additional officers to respond to the scene to assist. Officers located two victims, both adult males, who were suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. And also detained a third subject, an adult male. Officers rendered aid to the victims until EMS responded. EMS transported the victims to the hospital. One of the victims is listed in critical condition and the second victim’s injuries are non-life threatening.
Detectives and Crime Scene Personnel have responded to the scene. They will be processing the scene for evidence and speaking to any potential witnesses.
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - The Kansas City, Missouri Police Department is investigating a double shooting that happened outside a local community center on Monday night. The shooting happened in the area of E. 63rd Street and Jackson Avenue. According Donna Drake with the KCPD, off-duty officers were working in the Southeast Community Center when they heard gunshots around 8 p.m.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Gunfire critically injured one person and wounded another in a shooting Monday night in the parking lot of the Southeast Community Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Two Kansas City Missouri police officers were working off-duty as security officers when they heard several gunshots outside the center at 4201 East 63rd Street, a police department spokesperson said.
Kansas City police are investigating after two men were wounded Monday evening outside Southeast Community Center.Police said the shooting was reported about 8 p.m.Authorities said officers were working off-duty inside community center when they heard several gunshots outside in the parking lot. The off-duty officers called for additional help.
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