Two incidents this past weekend: one in Chicago and one in Tampa.
Six women and nine men were shot, police said. The victims’ ages range from 26 to 53 years old.
Police said 26-year-old woman and a 48-year-old man were taken to Mt. Sinai Hospital in critical condition. The other victims were initially listed in good to fair conditions.
About 100 people were gathered to celebrate Halloween, CPD said during a press conference later Sunday. Video shows party-goers running away, crossing the still busy street at 13th and Pulaski.
Police said the shooter was quickly identified and placed into custody. Officers recovered his weapon.
“Victims relate that the suspect was ejected from the party, and came back a few minutes later and began to shoot,” said 10th District CPD Commander William Betancourt.
Once again, a bruised ego attached to a dumb ass who felt dissed. I think I am gonna call them Gansta Snowflakes.
Now the one in Tampa has some takes that are interesting.
YBOR CITY, Fla. — Two people were killed, including a 14-year-old boy, and 16 others injured in a shooting in Ybor City.
Tampa’s Police Chief says one person is in custody in connection with the shooting, identified as 22-year-old Tyrell Phillips, and is facing second-degree murder charges.
Tampa police say it happened just before 3 a.m. Sunday in the area of Tangra Nightclub in the 1600 block of E 7th Ave.
Police chief Lee Bercaw said the incident started with a dispute between two groups. One person died at the scene, and a second died at a local hospital.
16 additional victims were taken to nearby hospitals with related injuries, 15 of which were gunshot wounds.
Initial reports stated there were 20 victims in total, but that number was revised down.
Many of the additional victims, who ranged in age from 18-27 years old, have been medically treated and released from the hospital.
The obvious question: What was a 14 year-old boy doing at 3 am at/by a nightclub?
Emmitt Wilson said his 14-year-old son, Elijah, is one of the victims who was shot and killed. He told Spectrum News that his son was a good kid but sometimes hung out with the wrong crowd. He said he is heartbroken.
Ahhh! The word you never say in print or newsreel when a tourist attraction/area is involved in the State of Florida: Can you say “Gangs” boys and girls? And I would not be surprised if there was some of the same in the Chicago shooting.
But according to Gun Grabbers, it is our fault because….I still haven’t figured the logic…wait there is none.
PS: Regarding Copycat Season, it is still in effect.