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4 people shot in 3 hours in Tuscaloosa over the weekend
Four people were shot over the weekend in Tuscaloosa, and one of them was critically wounded.
The first shooting happened about 11 p.m. Saturday at University Manor Apartments. Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Capt. Kip Hart said Tuscaloosa police responded to the apartments on a shooting call. When they arrived, they found a 24-year-old black male who had been shot multiple times and was being transported to DCH Regional Medical Center. He is in critical condition.
While on the scene, investigators learned a second victim, another 24-year-old black male, was at DCH with a gunshot wound to the leg. He said he had also been shot at University Manor. The victim that was shot in the leg stated he and some other friends were riding through University Manor when the people in his car started having an argument with two others standing outside, Hart said. At some point during the argument someone started shooting.
On Sunday, at 1:05 a.m., Tuscaloosa police officers responded to the 3000 block 19th Street on a shooting call. They found a 48-year-old black male who had been shot in the neck. The victim was able to tell investigators that he had a prior argument with a 21-year-old black male over some possible stolen property.
The victim said he left riding his bike and the suspect pulled up next to him in a car and started shooting. The victim was able to get to a residence and call for help. He is in stable condition.
Also on Sunday, about 2 a.m., Tuscaloosa police were dispatched to the 1700 block of 33rd Avenue on a shooting. They found a 23-year-old black male had been shot multiple times and was taken to DCH. Hart said the victim and another person had run into another group of males and got into an argument. Several shots were fired and the victim was hit. He is in stable condition.
All of the shootings remain under investigation. No arrests have been announced. Authorities expect to release more information later today.