INDIANAPOLIS — From Saturday night into Sunday morning, Indianapolis Metro Police reported at least eight shootings. The story remained mostly the same for Sunday night into Monday morning.
From about 5:45 Sunday evening into Monday morning, IMPD has reported 11 people shot across the city.
It all began at Harding Street where police responded to a report of two people shot. Police arrived to find one of the victims was a child, who police say was grazed by a bullet. Neither the child’s condition nor the other victim’s condition was updated.
One person was shot at Central Avenue. Police say that person may have been grazed by a bullet and is in stable condition. At Finley Avenue, one person was shot, but officers say that person is in stable condition.
Then came the flood of walk-ins at hospitals across the city. IMPD responded to St. Vincent Hospital on a report of a walk-in person shot. That person is still in critical condition. Officers then made their way to Community East Hospital where someone walked in with a gunshot wound. That person is in stable condition.
At Methodist Hospital, three people walked in separately with gunshot wounds. One victim is in critical condition, one is stable, and there’s no update on the other. Finally, at Eskenazi Hospital, two people walked in with gunshot wounds. There’s no update on the condition of the first victim. Police believe the second victim may have shot themselves, but IMPD has not confirmed that fact.
**updated at 5:35 AM**