1 man dead in quadruple shooting in East Baltimore


A man died and three others were injured Tuesday afternoon in a shootout after one person fired more than 60 shots from an assault rifle in eastern Baltimore. City police said that officers had arrived at the 700 block of North Rose Street for a reported shooting and located a 25-year-old man, and a man and woman, both 27 years old, both with gunshot wounds. The three victims were been transported to an area hospital where the 25-year-old man died, police said. A fourth victim, a 40-year-old man arrived at an area hospital with a gunshot wound that did not put not life-threatening, police said. Locals told 11 News what they heard. “I’m sitting in the front and hearing over 60 gunshots,” said resident Tyree Moorehead. “I actually heard all the gunshots and when I got here there was still smoke in the air.” Commissioner Michael Harrison said the shooting is an example of the violence affecting communities. these are people who live here. They are family members and it terrorizes communities,” Harrison said. No Shoot Zone” on North Rose Street near Monument.” All I can do is walk around and say, “No shoot zone. Don’t shoot here. No more.” Guess who did, shooters,” Moorehead told the market. That’s what these cowards are,” Moorehead said. The shooting occurred near a Safe Streets location, and Mayor Brandon Scott’s office is launching a neighborhood stabilization effort in response.” This community can expect MONSE, other city agencies and community-based organizations to be present in their community en masse to provide resources to provide a stabilizing effect,” said Mayor’s Office Director for Neighborhood Safety and Engagement Shantay Jackson. residents like Moorehead said they were beyond frustrated with the violence and disappointed with the authorities.” I watch the news and I see all these politicians smiling and who’s going to be elected and I say, ‘We shouldn’t be voting for any of you for that we die. On these streets,” Moorehead said. Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

A man died and three others were injured Tuesday afternoon in a shootout after one person fired more than 60 shots from an assault rifle in east Baltimore.

City police say officers arrived at the 700 block of North Rose Street for a reported shooting and located a 25-year-old man, and a 27-year-old man and woman, all with injuries. Gunshot.

All three victims were taken to an area hospital where the 25-year-old died, police said.

A fourth victim, a 40-year-old man, arrived at an area hospital with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound, police said.

Locals told 11 News what they heard.

“I’m sitting in the front and hearing over 60 gunshots,” said resident Tyree Moorehead. “I actually heard every shot and when I got here there was still smoke in the air.”

Commissioner Michael Harrison said the shooting is an example of the violence affecting communities.

“They shoot indiscriminately in a neighborhood and they are children, they are people who live here. They are family members and it terrorizes communities,” Harrison said.

According to the police, the shooter escaped through an alley.

Video below: City leaders react to the quadruple shootings

Moorehead said the shooting is one of many that happened in his “No Shoot Zone” on North Rose Street near Monument.

“All I can do is go around and say, ‘No shooting zone. Don’t shoot here. No more. Guess who did it, the shooters,” Moorehead said.

Moorehead said he tried to set up “no-shoot zones” around east Baltimore to stop the killing.

“But the shooter is still going to be crawling here in broad daylight while the women and children go to market. That’s what these cowards are like,” Moorehead said.

The shooting happened near a Safe Streets location, and Mayor Brandon Scott’s office is launching a neighborhood stabilization effort in response.

“This community can expect MONSE, other city agencies and community organizations to be present en masse in their community to provide resources to provide a stabilizing effect,” said the director of the mayor’s office for the Safety and Neighborhood Engagement, Shantay Jackson.

But residents like Moorehead said they were beyond frustrated by the violence and disappointed with the authorities’ response.

“I watch the news and I see all these politicians smiling and who’s going to be elected and I say, ‘We shouldn’t be voting for any of you while we’re dying on these streets,’” Moorehead said.

Anyone with information is asked to call police at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.