05 July 2015

Man Shot Sunday Is Baltimore Homicide #148 - Kennedy Ave. & E. 20th St.

Audio report recorded live on scene.

UPDATE: 6 July 2015: Baltimore Police confirm the victim ID as Edward Burroughs, 26.

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While children played nearby, and normal life carried on in East Baltimore, police said a man was shot in the head Sunday afternoon on Kennedy Ave. near the intersection of E. 20th St.

He died a short time later in an area hospital. Police did not release the victim ID, nor a motive or information on a possible suspect.

When The Baltimore Spectator arrived on scene, a pool of blood on the sidewalk, and a baseball cap circled by evidence markers showed the spot where the victim was gunned down.

Surrounded by many falling apart, decrepit and abandoned houses, the neighborhood itself seemed like a place lacking life.

By Sunday evening tributes and remembrances had begun pouring onto social media for Edward Burroughs, who friends identified as the individual killed. They called him Eddie.

Police did not say whether a motive or suspects were known in this case and state the investigation is active and ongoing.

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