Police 1 Dead, 3 Injured in Bronx Memorial Shooting

Police: 1 Dead, 3 Injured in Bronx Memorial Shooting

Police: 1 Dead, 3 Injured in Bronx Memorial Shooting: Wednesday’s shooting in the Bronx resulted in one fatality and three injuries. According to police sources, the shooter opened fire on a group of people who had come to pay tribute to another homicide victim who had been shot and killed earlier this week.

Steps away from lights that were still blazing from a tribute outside Gourmet Deli on East Tremont Avenue off Marmion Avenue in the West Farms neighborhood, shell casings could be spotted.

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According to our sources, a multitude gathered on Wednesday around 6:30 p.m. to pay tribute to Carlos Gonzalez, 26, who was shot and killed on the spot on Monday.

However, reports tell us that someone opened fire as they assembled, killing four men. The oldest victim is 46 years old, and the youngest victim is 25. All were taken urgently to a nearby hospital, where one of the casualties, a 28-year-old guy, according to police, was later declared dead.

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If the shooting from Monday has any bearing on this one, police are still looking into it. In neither case have there been any arrests. Police are requesting that anyone with information contact them.