Two killed, five non-fatally shot in Baltimore overnight

Baltimore police are investigating a number of east side shootings – including two homicides.

Baltimore police are investigating two killings and five nonfatal shootings — two of them double shootings — in the city overnight.

A man was stabbed to death about 11:00 p.m. in the 2400 block of Brentwood Avenue East Baltimore, police said. Police identified him as 31-year-old Domonick Parker, of the same block in Barclay.

A number for Parker's address was disconnected, and family could not immediately be reached Tuesday morning.

About an hour and 45 minutes earlier, a man was shot to death in the 5300 block of Sinclair Lane in the Frankford neighborhood, also in East Baltimore. He died at a nearby hospital, police said.

The two killings followed another on the east side Monday, about 3:30 p.m., when a man was fatally shot in the area of Mayfield Avenue and Belair Road in the Belair-Edison neighborhood.

Five other people were shot Monday night into Tuesday.

About 90 minutes after the Sinclair Lane homicide, a man and woman were injured in a double shooting in the 2900 block of Spelman Lane in Cherry Hill. The woman was shot in the leg, and the man was shot in the buttocks, police said. Both were taken to a hospital for treatment.

Police initially mistakenly reported the double shooting had happened on Sinclair Lane.

About 30 minutes earlier, around 10:15 p.m., police found a man shot at Ashland Avenue and Broadway in the Middle East neighborhood. Another man arrived at a hospital shortly later, police, and investigators believe the two were both shot at Ashland Avenue.

The fifth injured victim arrived at a Baltimore hospital with a gunshot wound to his leg, and police have not determined where he was shot.

None of the shooting victims were identified as of Tuesday morning.

Anyone with information on the shootings may contact Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

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