A 16-year-old boy is dead, and five people, including another teenage boy, were injured in shootings Saturday night and Sunday, Baltimore Police said.
The 16-year-old was found unresponsive by police responding to the sound of gunshots in the 1800 block of East 29th Street in the Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello neighborhood in East Baltimore at about 6:16 p.m. on Sunday, police said in a news release. He was declared dead at the scene.
Police identified him Monday as Andres Moreno Jr., who was a student at Edmondson-Westside High School, according to a Baltimore City Public Schools spokesperson. Moreno is the second Edmondson-Westside student killed by homicide in Baltimore this year — police are still seeking suspects in connection with a Jan. 4 shooting outside the school, which killed 16-year-old Deanta Dorsey and injured four other students.
Those with information on the shooting can contact homicide investigators at 410-396-2100.
Officers on patrol around 12:10 a.m. Sunday heard several shots near the 2000 block of Harford Road in the East Baltimore Midway neighborhood. Officers arrived and found a 27-year-old woman and a 37-year-old man with injuries. They are expected to survive. A 32-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries.
Paramedics took the victims to the hospital for treatment. Homicide detectives are investigating the shooting because of the severity of the 32-year-old’s injuries.
Homicide detectives ask anyone with information to call 410-396-2100.
A 17-year-old boy and a 60-year-old woman were shot around 11 p.m. Saturday in Northeast Baltimore, police said.
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Officers arrived at the 1500 block of Medford Road in the Ednor Gardens-Lakeside neighborhood and took the victims to the hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening.
Northeastern District detectives ask anyone with information to call 410-396-2444.
Those who wish to remain anonymous can call the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line at 1-866-7LOCKUP or anonymously make a tip by visiting the Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland website.