Four people shot over weeekend in Baltimore, Dundalk

Four people were shot Saturday night and early Sunday in separate incidents in Baltimore and Baltimore County.

The first shooting occurred in Baltimore just before 10 p.m. when, city police said, a man was shot in the foot. It was initially reported that he was shot near the University of Maryland Medical Center in the unit block of Green Street. But Baltimore police spokesman Det. Brandon Echevarria said the man may have in fact walked into Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being wounded — and the shooting could have happened elsewhere — but Echevarria could not immediately confirm what had occurred.

Detectives from the Central District were investigating and the victim was expected to survive.

Less than an hour later, a man and a woman were each shot at least once in the upper body while they were in a car in the 100 block of Chestnut Avenue, police said.

They drove to Dundalk Avenue and Broening Road, where they called police. They were taken to an area hospital, where they were treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

County police’s Violent Crimes Unit, which typically investigates non-fatal shootings, was investigating, police said.

About 4 a.m. Sunday, a man walked into a hospital with a gun shot wound to his buttocks, Baltimore police said. District dectectives are investigating, police said.



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