BALTIMORE - Baltimore City police are investigating four weekend shootings, two of them fatal, officials said.
Police were called to the 500 block of Coventry Road in Northwest Baltimore at 12:24 a.m . on Sunday for a report of shots fired. When officers arrived at the scene they found a man who had been shot several times. The man was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Homicide detectives are investigating.
Police are investigating another deadly shooting, this time in Hampden, that they are calling a “suspicious death”. On Saturday morning around 7:11, officers found the body of a man in a car in the 4000 block of Buena Vista Avenue. Police have not determined a cause of death, but believe it may be a suicide connected to a domestic dispute.
Two more people were shot just before 2 o’clock on Sunday morning, police said. At 1:48 police responded to a bar fight with witness reports of gunshots in the 200 block of South Pulaski Street. Police said A man was shot and taken to a local hospital in serious condition.
Just four minutes later shots rang out in the 4200 block of North Charles Street. A short time later a man suffering from a gun shot wound walked into an area hospital. The man is listed in serious condition.
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