Two People Are Dead‚ Eight Others Shot and Injured at a House Party in Oakland‚ CaliforniaIn a baffling story‚ two people are dead and eight others injured in a shooting at a house party in the neighborhood of Oakland‚ California. Two 17-year-olds were killed‚ eight others were injured‚ and a neighbor said there were a million people in the house. The Airbnb listing bans parties‚ the Neighbor says‚ but he's not sure whether it's true.
2 17-year-olds killedAt least two 17-year-olds were killed and at least eight others were shot at a house party in Pittsburgh on Saturday night. The shooting left eight people injured‚ and several more are still missing. Police and emergency crews have blocked off the area and established a perimeter around the scene‚ and are coordinating with local hospitals to assist those who were injured. The cause of the shooting is still under investigation‚ but investigators have released surveillance video and statements from the surviving victims and their families. Hundreds of people were at the house party when the shooting started. The Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office identified the victims as Jaiden Brown and Mathew Steffi-Ross‚ two 17-year-olds. They were shot multiple times‚ according to Pittsburgh police Chief Scott Schubert. The victims were shot with handguns and rifles‚ and police believe that multiple shooters were involved in the attack. The shooting occurred at a house party thrown by a group of teens on Saturday night. As police arrived‚ shots were still being fired. Young people fled the scene‚ and some jumped out of windows. While the shooting was still in progress‚ police say they believe there were multiple shooters. If you have any information on the shooting‚ contact the Pittsburgh Police Department's Major Crimes unit. You can also submit information online.
8 others injuredTwo people are dead and eight others injured in a shooting at a house party in suburban Pittsburgh. The party was attended by about 200 people. A shotspotter called police and alerted them to the gunfire. As police officers arrived‚ they heard the shots. Several young people fled the scene on foot or in vehicles. Detectives are now processing the evidence from eight crime scenes. They are interviewing witnesses and reviewing surveillance footage. Video of the shooting shows the frantic scene in the stairwell of the home. Partygoers scramble to find an exit. Police say two boys‚ under the age of 18‚ were killed in the shooting. Other victims were taken to hospitals by emergency crews and police officers. The police chief initially stated that nine people were shot‚ but later revised the numbers at a press conference. Police did not release the names of the two victims. The shooting happened at about midnight at a rental property‚ in the city's East Allegheny neighborhood.
Airbnb bans partiesPittsburgh‚ Pennsylvania - Two people are dead‚ eight others shot and wounded at a house party in an Airbnb rental. The host banned the party‚ set a noise curfew of 10 p.m. and charged $500 for party evidence. The Airbnb host says he is cooperating with the police investigation. Airbnb says the rules are based on best practices and he has a 24/7 safety team to monitor his property. The city has been working on a new approach to prevent gun violence. Mayor Bobby Gainey has called for a meeting of community leaders and public safety officials. Airbnb reached out to the Pittsburgh police department and the mayor's office to find out what happened. The company said it bans parties at rental properties‚ but the host did not know about the party‚ and no one was notified about it. A shooting at a Pittsburgh house party left two minors dead and eight others injured. Police initially said nine people were wounded‚ but later revised their number to eight. Police have not yet named the victims. The police chief said that the incident took place at about midnight at an Airbnb rental property in the city's East Allegheny neighborhood. Several underage guests were in the home‚ and police are investigating whether they were there for the party.
Stevens says he saw someone inside the rental property holding a gunPolice say that 50 rounds of gunfire were fired from inside the rental property. The victims were treated at a hospital for their injuries. The police have recovered shell casings from a pistol and a rifle. Partygoers fled out of windows to escape the gunfire and some were injured when they fell. Police are processing evidence from eight crime scenes. Stevens says he saw someone inside the rental property holding a gun.
Two arrests made in connection with drive-by homicide of Cowboys cornerback Kelvin JosephPolice in Dallas have arrested two people in connection with the drive-by shooting death of Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph. The incident occurred on March 18‚ two months after Joseph was drafted by the Cowboys. Police have said Joseph was unarmed and had no intention of committing violence. However‚ a shooting took place and Ray died at a local hospital. The Dallas Cowboys issued a statement to confirm that they are aware of the incident and are sending condolences to Ray's family. Investigators have identified two men who are believed to have shot the alleged occupants of a vehicle driven by Joseph. Both suspects have been charged with second-degree murder. The police are also seeking the identities of the group that appeared on surveillance video. The YKDV necklace was worn by one of the men in the video. The Dallas Police Department is continuing to investigate the case. Police also arrested two men in connection with the drive-by homicide of the Cowboys cornerback. The suspects have not been publicly identified‚ but he is a person of interest in the case. Despite the arrests‚ the Dallas Cowboys remain on high alert. The team is confident that Joseph will play a key role in their future.
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