Two shooting incidents took place in Lincoln on Sunday; Lincoln PD investigates the incidents
LINCOLN, Nebraska — The Lincoln Police Department is investigating two different shootings that occurred early Sunday morning. One gunshot resulted in a fatality while the other resulted in two injuries.
At 12:06 a.m., police reportedly responded to a complaint of a man who had been shot in an alley near 19th and O St.
According to police, the suspect is likewise male and fled the scene.
Authorities attempted to save the man, who was reported to be in his 30s, but he was pronounced dead at the site.
Investigators are confirming his identify and notifying his relatives.
According to police, the inquiry is in its first stages. Scene processing is still in progress.
Lincoln Police were also summoned at 1:56 a.m. in response to various reports of gunfire in the 23rd and Judson Street neighborhood.
According to police, the incident occurred as a large gathering was coming to a close nearby.
Two boys aged 20 from Omaha were discovered with non-life-threatening injuries. According to authorities, vehicles and other property were also destroyed by the shooting.
According to witnesses, the suspects fired into the crowd as people fled. The suspects, according to the police, fled the area in a vehicle.
The police request that you stay away from the area.
If you have any information on these shootings, please contact the police at 402-441-6000 or Crime Stoppers at 402-475-3600.
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