MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The city of Memphis saw another violent night of shootings that continued into the early morning hours.
Just before 12:30 a.m., officers responding to a shooting in Oakhaven in the 3900 block of Brompton Road.
A man was found shot inside a Dodge Caravan, police said.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
A second victim was rushed to the hospital in critical condition.
Police said the suspects fled in a white SUV.
Later, a man was taken to the hospital after a shooting in Parkway Village.
Police said the shooting happened in the 3000 block of Boxdale Street.
No suspect information was released.
Around 8 a.m., police responded to a shooting in South Memphis on E. McLemore.
A woman was shot and rushed to Regional One.
She later died from her injuries, police said.
Police said the shooter had no shirt on and was wearing light-colored jeans.
A homicide investigation is underway.
The violence continued Tuesday afternoon just after 1 p.m.
Memphis Police are searching for a shooting suspect after a man walked into a fire station in the 2200 block of Chelsea Avenue with a gunshot wound.
The man was taken to Regional One Hospital. He did not survive, police said.
Officers were told the shooting happened in the 1600 block of National Street.
If you have any information about any of these crimes, call Crimestoppers at 901-528-CASH.
Multiple women are being sought after shooting a man on South Third.
Memphis Police are investigating a shooting that left one man in critical condition.
Officers responded to the 1800 block of South Third at the Save A Lot for a shooting just after 1:15 p.m. Tuesday.
A man came into the store telling employees that he was shot and the suspects, women, fled the scene in a small white sedan, police said.
The man was taken to Regional One in critical condition.
This is an ongoing investigation.
Around 8:40 p.m. officers were called to a shooting at 73 Builders Way in Whitehaven.
One man was taken to Regional One Hospital in critical condition.
Again, if you have any information about any of these crimes, call Crimestoppers at 901-528-CASH.
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