INDIANAPOLIS — Detectives and officers with Indianapolis Metro Police were all over the city Monday night responding to at least four shootings in a span of less than two hours.
Around 8:47 Monday night, officers responded to an area along North Randolph Street for a possible person shot. They indeed found a person shot who was awake, breathing, and talk with officers, according to IMPD Officer Genae Cook.
An hour later, police responded to North Riley Avenue, where a person was grazed by a bullet in a shooting, said Cook.
Ten minutes after that, just before 10 p.m., officers were called to an area near 28th Street and North Sherman Drive, where a man was shot multiple times inside a duplex. A witness told police they heard gunshots and squealing tires.
That man was taken to an area hospital in critical condition, according to IMPD Capt. Karen Arnett.
Finally, a little before 10:30, police were called to Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health, where a person had shown up with gunshot wounds, likely received during a shooting near 56th Street and Georgetown Road, police said.
Police did not confirm that suspects were in custody in connection to any of the shootings.