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Baltimore police investigate two fatal shootings Tuesday afternoon

Baltimore police have identified the woman who crashed her car on Northern Parkway after being shot.

Baltimore homicide detectives are investigating a double shooting in which one man was killed Tuesday afternoon in Northeastern Baltimore and another shooting nearly three hours later that killed a woman in East Baltimore.

Crime tape wrapped more than half of the 3900 block of Kenyon Avenue in the Belair-Edison neighborhood as homicide detectives looked for evidence at a rowhouse where two men, ages 24 and 34, were shot. Both victims were transported to Johns Hopkins Hospital, where the older man was pronounced dead. The younger man was in serious but stable condition, Baltimore police spokeswoman Detective Nicole Monroe said.

At 4:40 p.m., police responded to another shooting in the 2100 block of E. Federal St. in the Broadway East neighborhood where they found a woman who had been wounded. She was pronounced dead shortly after arriving at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Also Tuesday, Baltimore police identified the woman who crashed her vehicle on Northern Parkway sometime after suffering a gunshot wound Monday as 34-year-old Michelle Mettee. It is still unclear when and where Mettee was shot, police said.

Police also identified a man who was fatally shot Jan. 22 in the 3000 block of E. Biddle St. as 24-year-old Antonio Paesch of the 6300 block of Boston St.

—Justin George

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