One man was killed and five others were wounded in three separate shootings in Northeast Baltimore that began early Wednesday morning, according to Baltimore Police.
Three people were injured in a daytime shooting in the 4300 block of Southern Avenue in the northeast neighborhood of Frankford, police said.
Two women were shot in the leg and a man was shot in the neck, just after noon, police said. Their injuries are believed to be non-life-threatening.
Officers responded to the 3700 block of Glenmore Avenue on the southern edge of the Rosemont East neighborhood about 12:15 a.m. and found a man fatally shot, police said. Police said he had been found in the driver's seat of a car with a gunshot wound to his cheek. A paramedic pronounced him dead on the spot.
Homicide detectives are investigating.
Officers also responded to the 2400 block of Perring Manor Road on the northern edge of the Hamilton Hills neighborhood about 1:17 a.m. and found two men wounded by gunfire. Police entered a home and found both men in the kitchen. One had a gunshot wound to his stomach and the other was shot in the side. One of the victims told police that he was going to the store with the other victim when an unknown suspect began shooting at them. Both men ran from their car and back into the house. Police transported both men to area hospitals.
Perring Manor Road runs along the border between Baltimore and Baltimore County, just south of Perring Parkway.
Detectives from the northeast police district are investigating.
Baltimore Sun reporter Jessica Anderson contributed to this story.