One teenager was killed and another was wounded in a double shooting Saturday evening near City Springs Elementary/Middle School in Southeast Baltimore, police said — the first in a series of shootings from Saturday evening through Sunday.
A 17-year-old boy was pronounced dead at the hospital and an 18-year-old was wounded, police said.
Shortly after 6 p.m., officers were called to the 100 block of S. Eden St. beside the school's field. Police initially said the shooting happened in the 100 block of Broadway.
The 17-year-old victim was Ray Glasgow III, a football and lacrosse standout at the Baltimore City College high school, police said.
Baltimore police issued a statement Sunday at about noon that they are seeking the drivers of a white vehicle, which police believe is a Nissan Altima, in connection with the shooting.
Four others were shot Sunday, two fatally.
Southern District patrol officers found a 23-year-old man described as suffering from a severe gunshot wound in the head in the 1100 block of Nanticoke St. in Southwest Baltimore. The victim, identified Tuesday as Aaron Palmese of the 600 block of Brighton Manor Drive, was pronounced dead at the scene shortly before 5 a.m. Sunday.
At about 11:35 Saturday night, Western District patrol officers arrived at the 600 block of Bentalou St. for a report of shots fired. Police investigated the area and were told of a shooting victim who went to an area hospital. At the hospital, they found a 25-year-old man with gunshot wounds to the hand and leg.
Then at about 12:55 Sunday afternoon, Tymel Matthew Harris, 24, was pronounced dead after being found with gunshot wounds to his head and chest in the block where he lived, 4100 Mountwood Road, in the Edmondson Village neighborhood of West Baltimore.
About 15 minutes later, officers were called to a hospital after a 17-year-old boy walked in with a gunshot wound to his elbow. The victim was shot while walking near Fulton Avenue and Cole Street in the Carrollton Ridge neighborhood of Southwest Baltimore, he told officers.
Homicide detectives asked anyone with information to call 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7Lockup or text a tip to 443-902-4824.
Sun staffers Jacques Kelly and Brian Compere contributed to this article.