09 March 2014

Man Injured After Being Shot Multiple Times

After Seven Days Of No Reported Shootings, Violence Returns To Baltimore
Apparently death by stabbing doesn't count. During this same time period, 17-year-old Jowan Henry was stabbed and killed, after an argument Saturday night in the 2600 block of Mura St. The third juvenile murder victim this year.


A street corner memorial marks the spot of a prior 
murder, as police investigate after a man was 
shot multiple times Sunday, on the 2500 block of Druid Hill Ave.
A man was shot multiple times Sunday afternoon in the 2500 block of Druid Hill Ave in West Baltimore. Although unconfirmed, according to the first initial tweet breaking the incident, by Baltimore Metro News, the victim is said to be 28 years old.
The Baltimore Spectator spoke to relatives of the victim at the scene. They indicated the man was still alive, being treated at an area hospital and was expected to survive.

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Details on the shooting are unclear, but apparently the victim may have been shot inside a home. A woman living at the house, peered out the window and said she was asked by police to remain upstairs while they processed and investigated the first floor of the home as an active crime scene. A young boy could be clearly seen looking outside through the same window. It is presumable he was a witness to the incident.
Police officials and crime scene investigators were seen going in and out of the house. There were no evidence markers indicating the presence of shell casing or other items related to a shooting on the outside.

The surrounding neighborhood is no stranger to violence. Among the trash strewn alleyways and vacant home lined streets, numerous homicides have taken place within the immediate vicinity over the years.

Multiple faded balloons and other artifacts could be seen tied to poles and street signs, marking the places where other victims have lost their lives.

Incidentally, it was over an hour after the incident happened before Baltimore Police tweeted the shooting. In typical fashion, few details were given. No word of a possible suspect or motive.
File this under: routine, non-fatal Baltimore shooting. The kind of incident that will be lucky to literally get 15 seconds of TV time on the evening news. If any mention at all.

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