The Dead 2013
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- It was about 9:10 a.m. on New Year’s Day when the parents of Antonio Llovet discovered his body, bloodied and shot in the head, lying face-up on his couch. Llovet’s parents, immigrants from Cuba and El Salvador, had crossed the street from their own home in the 2300 block of Dreux Street in Gentilly to the yellow double their son rented from them. Llovet, 28, was waiting tables full-time while pursuing an engineering degree, said Bayona manager Shannon Fristoe. Though he had been working as a busboy at G.W. Fins when he initially applied to work at Bayona a year ago, Fristoe said, she was struck by his intelligence and charm, and so decided to hire him as a server. Susan Spicer, the chef and owner of Bayona, said Llovet’s slaying marked her fourth employee involved in one of the city’s murders over the past year. Another Bayona worker was murdered about a year ago, she said. Two weeks later, a worker fatally shot another employee at her restaurant Mondo in Lakeview.
- The Orleans Parish Coroner’s Office released the identity of the 83-year-old man stabbed to death inside of a Mid-City senior living facility on New Year’s Day. Edward Richardson was found dead inside of his apartment in the 3600 block of Tulane Avenue about 7 p.m. Tuesday, with multiple stab wounds to his body.
- The Orleans Parish coroner’s office released the identities of the two men killed in separate shootings on New Year’s Eve. The man shot to death near the intersection of North Dorgenois and Mazant streets on Monday afternoon was identified as 21-year-old Jared Haynes. Police said they arrived on the scene shortly after 2 p.m. and found Haynes lying on the ground, shot several times. He was pronounced dead on the scene. Police said Haynes was in possession of a stolen handgun from Baton Rouge at the time of his death.
- Another man slain earlier on the same day in Algiers was also identified. Eric Hatley, 24, was found dead inside a white Chevrolet Camaro with several gunshot wounds to his body, authorities said. That shooting occurred about 1:10 p.m. in the 2000 block of Cypress Acres Drive on Monday afternoon. Hatley was dead on the scene, police said.
- The New Orleans man murdered in Gert Town on Sunday morning Jan. 6 is Joshua Walker, 25, said John Gagliano, chief investigator and spokesman for the New Orleans coroner’s office. While a New Orleans police news release earlier Sunday stated “officers located the victim lying in the street suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to his body,” Gagliano said that Walker only had one gunshot wound. That gunshot wound to his chest killed Walker, Gagliano said. Walker was pronounced dead on the scene. The murder occurred shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday, in the 3400 block of Audubon Court.
- Police are investigating the murder of a 27-year-old woman who was found dead inside of a 7th Ward home Jan. 14. Shortly after midnight, officers responded to a call in the 2000 block of Urquhart Street and found the woman dead inside of a residence. Lauren Tanski, 26, was found beaten and strangled inside of a residence in the 2000 block of Urquhart Street. Police said they responded to a call shortly after midnight and found Tanski with blunt force trauma to her body. She was pronounced dead on the scene, authorities said.
- New Orleans police are investigating a double shooting in the 1800 block of Conti Street that left one man dead with a gunshot wound to the head. A second victim was taken to a local hospital. The victims were never publicly identified.
- A weekly street dance party dubbed “Conti Saturday” ended in violence Saturday night when one man was shot in the head and died at the scene. Another man was shot in the neck. As they have every week for the past few months, about 150 people gathered Saturday night for the party in the 1800 block of Conti Street, partygoers said. A DJ spun rap and bounce music from a pick-up truck carrying subwoofers. At least one NOPD police car blocked off the street, witnesses said. Suddenly, around 8:40 p.m., a man in a black hooded sweatshirt walked up to a 21-year-old man standing by the DJ. No words were exchanged between the two men before the man in the hooded sweatshirt pulled a gun from his waistband and fired a shot at close range into the victim’s head, witnesses said. “He fell to the ground, but he was still (alive), so the gunman stood over him and shot him four more times in the chest,” said a 21-year-old woman who was dancing near the victim at the time. She requested anonymity because the shooter remains at large. “We were so close we saw the fire come out of the gun.”mbers at the crime scene identified him as Shaquille Cooper. His cousin, who was at the party, said he did not appear to be fighting with anyone. “He seemed like he was enjoying himself,” said Cooper’s cousin, noting he would come to “Conti Saturday” nearly every week. “He felt comfortable around here.
- The Orleans Parish Coroner identified the man shot to death on Thursday morning Jan. 31 inside of a home near the edge of the St. Thomas neighborhood. Cardel Brown, 55, was found shot multiple times inside of his home in the 800 block of Jackson Avenue. “I talked to him around 9:30 p.m. and he sounded happy as usual. I still can’t believe he’s gone now,” she said. While police have not named any suspects or motives in the slaying, friends and neighbors of Brown’s said they suspect that he was the victim of a robbery. “He had won some money playing the lottery a couple of times, and I think some people knew that,” said a neighbor, Beatrice, who did not wish to give her last name. “He was a people person, always very friendly. This neighborhood was just getting better; it’s such a shame,” she said.
- Sims Tyler, 34, was gunned down Wednesday Jan. 30 about 4:10 p.m. while driving in Algiers, just feet from his home.
- The man shot to death in Central City on Sunday night has been identified by the Orleans Parish Coroner’s office. 24-year-old Carl May was found shot multiple times in the 2500 block of South Galvez Street. Police said they arrived on the scene of the shooting shortly after 8:30 p.m. and found May lying in the street with multiple gunshot wounds to his body. He was pronounced dead on the scene, authorities said.
- New Orleans police have identified a murdered man whose burned remains were found in an abandoned house in the Lower 9th Ward Feb. 4 as 54-year-old Glynn Coston. Police also said they are seeking a “person of interest,” a woman known only as “Cat Eyes,” in connection with Coston’s death. Coston’s body was discovered Feb. 4 in an abandoned house in the 1600 block of Deslonde Street. After putting out a fire there, New Orleans firefighters found the remains of Coston’s body. They determined that the house had been set ablaze; the case was classified as a homicide.
- Staring at a bullet-riddled silver sedan that had toppled a fence before crashing into a house in Hollygrove on Wednesday afternoon, a 22-year-old woman wearing bright pink wiped her eyes. Coroner’s investigators had just moved a body from the passenger’s seat into a bag, before loading it into their van. “That was my brother,” Jerriel Johnson said. “I’m in shock.” Once a payoff for hard work, she said, her little brother’s Nissan Altima now sat mangled, its bumper crunched and windows shattered, with at least 20 bullet holes in it. New Orleans police said someone opened fire on the car around 3:45 p.m. Feb. 20, causing it to ram into a fence and stop against a house at the corner of Monroe and Nelson streets. Police found the body of Gerald Antoine Johnson inside, shot multiple times. A second victim, also shot multiple times, showed up at Ochsner Medical Center in Jefferson a little later. He was in stable condition, police said.
- An 18-year-old man was shot to death Thursday Feb. 21 after gunfire erupted on a quiet Irish Channel street corner, police said. Noland Alofipo was found shot multiple times in the 2800 block of Chippewa Street. Neighbors said they heard the gunshots ring out shortly after 2:30 p.m. and the mirror of car parked outside of Pete’s Bar on the corner of Sixth and Chippewa Streets was left riddled with holes. Another neighbor said the gunfire set off her house alarm. When detectives arrived on the scene they found Alofipo’s body in the middle of the street. He had been shot multiple times and was pronounced dead on the scene, police said. The mother of Alofipo was too grief-stricken to speak after hearing of her son’s death and sat in the middle of the sidewalk, crying, while other family members surrounded her and attempted to provide some comfort.
- For two days, Kirk Green had spent hours at the AutoZone store at Elysian Fields and North Robertson streets trying to fix his Chevy Tahoe. There was a stubborn issue with his alternator that was giving him trouble, said Tim Pugh, an auto mechanic. Green, 21, was still working on the problem behind the AutoZone on Marigny Street Feb. 22 when someone gunned him down around 2 p.m. Friday. About 10 shots rang out, neighbors said, sending people diving between cars and hitting the pavement. Green was shot multiple times, police said. His body, clad in peach-colored shorts and a white T-shirt, lay in a small pool of blood beside the Tahoe. Investigators laid down at least 11 evidence cones at the scene in the St. Roch neighborhood. Green’s family members were in tears at the scene. “Oh no,” one man screamed. “He said he was going to get his car fixed and damn,” said Green’s 25-year-old brother, James Green. “I’m thinking about all type of s— right now. I don’t know what to do.”
- Jerry Hooker was gunned down during an argument in the 800 block of Belleville Street on Feb. 27. Officers found Hooker suffering from several bullet wounds and lying dead on the front porch of a home.
- A 43-year-old man went shopping Friday evening March 8, then stopped in Gentilly shortly before 8 p.m. to pick up his girlfriend at her father’s house. The girlfriend and her toddler son came outside to hop into the man’s red minivan, unaware that their lives were in danger, said the girlfriend’s 59-year-old father, Byron Wright. Suddenly, a gunman approached and opened fire, fatally wounding the man, police said. The girlfriend and her son ran up the porch stairs and dove onto her father’s living room floor. “I said, ‘What happened?’ She told me, ‘They started shooting! Don’t go to the door, they might still be out there,'” Wright said. The victim suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his body. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said. The victim was never publicly identified.
The 48-year-old woman fatally wounded during a Sunday evening shooting March 10 in Mid-City has been identified by the Orleans Parish Coroner. Metairie resident Karen Thomas died after getting shot in the chest while riding in a car in the 500 block of South Solomon Street. Police said it is not clear whether Thomas was the intended target of the shooting, which took place across the street from Esperanza Charter School and just one block away from Jesuit High School.
- At age 19, Bertrand Dezara III had big dreams. The Xavier University freshman planned on graduating in 2016 with a degree in biology and a minor in sports medicine, and eventually becoming a sports doctor. “He wanted to be the person that, when the players get injured, he’s the person they come see,” said Dezara’s cousin, Ayanna Neville, 24. “He was loving, caring; he had a sense of humor out of this world.” Dezara was found murdered around 2:50 p.m. on March 9. His body was lying face-down, shot multiple times, outside an apartment complex in the 5100 block of Bundy Road in eastern New Orleans, police said. Though Dezara’s family members said they had heard the killing was possibly motivated by gang rivalries. They denied, however, that Dezara was affiliated with a gang, also emphasizing that he had no criminal history.
- Michael Johnson, 28, died of a gunshot wound in the 14000 block of Willowbrook Drive in eastern New Orleans on Monday March 11. The fatal shooting was reported to police about 8 p.m. The man’s body was found in the driveway of a home. He had been shot several times, police said.
- The Orleans Parish coroner has identified the 24-year-old man found shot to death on Tuesday night Jan 12. Sadiki Navarre was found in the driver’s seat of a black Acura shortly after 7 p.m. with multiple gunshot wounds to his body. Police said Navarre was shot several times while driving near the intersection of South Claiborne Avenue and Earhart Boulevard. He was pronounced dead on the scene. A friend of Navarre’s family said that they were still in shock over the death of their son and that Navarre had been an inspiration to many in the community. “He wasn’t a drug dealer; he wasn’t a criminal. He just got caught in the crossfire in the wrong place at the wrong time,” said Dawayne Shelley, 36.
- New Orleans Police are investigating a shooting in the 8100 block of Belfast Street that left a 27-year-old man dead Sunday, March 17, 2013 in New Orleans. The victim was never publicly identified.
- New Orleans police are investigating a homicide in Pontchartrain Park, said police spokesman Frank Robertson III. Police found the body of 16-year-old Keshawn Bell shortly before 6 p.m. March 21 near the intersection of Prentiss and Providence streets. The young male’s body was found shot, lying face-down in grass at the base of a slope that serves as a popular shortcut across the railroad tracks. The victim was never publicly identified.
- Two cousins were shot Friday March 22 while walking in the 6th Ward. Bernard Santiago, 30, died of a gunshot wound to the head, and Kerry Jones, 38, was shot in the foot, according to police and family members. Someone opened fire on the men around 5 p.m. in the 2100 block of Saint Ann Street, police said. A pair of neighbors said they had been inside their house watching “Judge Judy” on television when they heard about five gunshots ring out. “Soon as we heard the shots, we hit the floor,” one of the neighbors said. Santiago collapsed on a nearby grassy sidewalk where he died.
- New Orleans police are investigating a homicide in eastern New Orleans on Saturday evening. A man was fatally shot shortly before 6 p.m. March 23 at an apartment complex at 14765 Chef Menteur Highway. The victim, wearing a red-and-white striped shirt, was lying between two minivans in the complex’s parking lot. He had been shot several times. His body was partially under a silver minivan. The rear window of a nearby Gold Chrysler minivan was shattered. Behind the police tape, several people were crying and consoling one another. At one point, a car sped toward the scene, and a woman rushed out. She screamed and kept running; officers had to restrain her. “Get up, get up,” she yelled at the victim. “You have to get up.” The victim was never publicly identified.
- An unidentified man was fatally shot several times Sunday March 24 at about 8:27 p.m. in the 3500 block of Audubon Court in Gert Town. Less than 15 minutes later, a man driving a red pickup truck died a few blocks away when the vehicle crashed into a building at Broadway and Washington Avenue, Robertson said. He said it was too early to determine whether the truck fatality was related to the shooting.
- The Orleans Parish Coroner has identified the teen shot to death on a 7th Ward sidewalk corner Monday (March 25) evening. 15-year-old Ralphmon Green was shot several times on the corner of N. Miro and Allen streets. According to police reports, Green was part of a group of people who were standing outside of an apartment complex in the 2100 block of Allen Street about 6:30 p.m. when another group of teenagers approached them and opened fire. Green was shot several times, police said, and was rushed to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries and died a short while later.
- One man is dead and another stands accused of murder after a gun battle in eastern New Orleans on Saturday, March 26, according to police. Investigators allege that Charles Casborn, 22, killed 21-year-old Nicholas Ross after Ross shot and wounded Casborn. On Saturday about 6 p.m., an argument between Casborn and Ross erupted at an apartment complex in the 14700 block of Chef Menteur Highway. Police say Ross then fired a gun at Casborn, striking him in the neck.
- On Tuesday evening March 26, Tyson Pittman, 27, was fatally shot shortly before 10:40 p.m. while sitting in the driver’s seat of a gray Nissan Altima in the 8000 block of Trapier Avenue in eastern New Orleans. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
- On Friday night March 29, Christian Evans, 24, was shot dead on the porch of an abandoned house in Central City. Police found his body around 9 p.m. in the 2600 block of La Salle Street. Evans was taken to a local hospital, where he died.
- A recent high school graduate from the Midwest who moved to New Orleans in hopes of making a difference in the lives of others, was gunned down Aprili 2 on a New Orleans street corner Monday night. Joseph Massenburg, 18, had been eager to embark on his first project in New Orleans as an AmeriCorps member, friends and family said. Police said Massenburg was walking down a street in the Leonidas, or West Carrollton, neighborhood, about 11 p.m., when, for reasons still not known, he was shot several times and collapsed. When officers arrived on the scene, near the corner of Eagle and Birch streets, they found Massenburg’s bullet-ridden body in the road. He was rushed to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead, authorities said.
- When NOPD officers responded to Harry Anderson‘s apartment in Mid-City early Friday April 5, they had received a report that a man and a woman were arguing there, according to police. They arrived to find Anderson dead and no woman in sight. Police are investigating Anderson’s death as a homicide.The 911 call about a disturbance at Anderson’s place in the 300 block of South Jefferson Davis Parkway was made about 5 a.m. The responding officers who showed up discovered the residence’s door ajar and Anderson lying in a pool of blood, police said. Anderson was pronounced dead on the scene. He was 60 years old.
- A 40-year-old man was stabbed to death by his girlfriend following an argument early Sunday morning April 7 in the Leonidas neighborhood, New Orleans police said. New Orleans police responded to a report of a stabbing in the 8500 block of Green Street shortly after 5 a.m. and found a man lying in the street. The victim was never publicly identified.
- The cab driver gunned down in the Treme neighborhood Thursday morning April 11 was weeks away from bringing his wife and two children from Ethiopia to live in New Orleans, friends of the slain driver said. Sheicho Delbar, 35, who was found shot several times, slumped over the wheel of his American Taxi cab, had moved to New Orleans from his home in Addis Ababa to make a better life for his family, friends said. Police said officers responded to a call of a vehicle that had crashed into a tree around 1 a.m. and found Delbar’s body in the driver’s seat of the taxi, which had smashed into a tree in the 900 block of North Johnson Street. He was dead on the scene.
- A man fatally shot on a Hollygrove sidewalk Tuesday evening April 17, Oliver Wicker, 51, was found shot to death near the intersection of General Ogden and Olive streets about 8:50 p.m., said John Gagliano, chief investigator for the coroner’s office. Police said that Wicker was walking near the intersection of the two streets when he was gunned down; when police responded to the scene they found him shot in the face, lying on the sidewalk.
- According to police reports, James Miller, 43, was found shot inside a home in the 5200 block of Basinview Drive on Friday April 19 shortly after 5 p.m.
- Lionel Hackett, 28, and Tyrone Daniels, 36, were both found shot to death within hours and blocks of each other on Monday (April 22). In the first shooting, police responded to the scene about 1:35 p.m., near the intersection of St. Claude Avenue and Tupelo Street. In total, police said three people were shot.
- A couple of hours later, shortly before 4 p.m., police received reports of gunfire from residents in the 600 block of Tupelo Street. When officers arrived they found Tyrone Daniels lying in the alleyway of an abandoned home. He had been shot several times, police said, and was pronounced dead on the scene.
- A 36-year-old manwas murdered in the Lower 9th Ward. On Monday April 23 shortly before 4 p.m., residents heard gunfire erupt in the 600 block of Tupelo Street. Responding police officers found the man in the alleyway of an abandoned home. The man had been shot several times, and was dead on the scene, police said. The victim was never publicly identified.
- Two men in black hoodies approached a Mid-City porch on Tuesday and opened fire, killing two men, police said. Three houses away, stray bullets struck an 8-year-old boy who was playing on the sidewalk. Shot in the stomach and arm, the child was rushed to April 23. Interim LSU Public Hospital in critical condition. Police said he was listed in stable condition late Tuesday night . A neighbor, Katunya McLauren, said the child, whose nickname is Bubba, was playing with her 10-year-old son and 7-year-old granddaughter just before the gunfire erupted around 5:50 p.m. in the 4000 block of Baudin Street. The two shooting victims were longtime friends, said Lois Rickmon, an aunt of one of the victims. She said her nephew, a 26-year-old, loved to play video games. “I talk to my little nephew every day,” she said. “Every day, I tell him I love him.” “He’s not a gang-banger,” said the victim’s uncle, Clarence Rickmon. “He liked to be all hanging with his friends.” Clarence Rickmon said his nephew was shot a few months ago while sitting in his car. “His mom, my sister, she told him, ‘Don’t go out no more,'” Clarence Rickmon said. “He was supposed to go to Texas. But he never did.” Authorities were still withholding the murder victims’ names Wednesday night pending the notification of their family members. Friends and family members, however, said one of the victims was a 26-year-old named Orlando; the other was a young man named Desmond who, until a few months ago, worked as a busboy at ACME Oyster House. The victims were never fully identified.
- A man was shot to death in eastern New Orleans late Tuesday April 23, police said. New Orleans police officers found the victim in the 4200 block of McCoy shortly before 11:55 p.m., according to an NOPD news release. The victim was later identified as 44-year-old Lien Nguyen.
- A 17-year-old man died at a local hospital after being stabbed in Gentilly on Wednesday night April 24, police said. Someone stabbed the victim several times to the body. The incident occurred around 7:15 p.m. in the 3900 block of Gibson Street. The victim was never publicly identified.
- A 35-year-old motorcycle club member was gunned down Wednesday evening May 1 on a sidewalk near his house in the Milan neighborhood. Neighbors said they heard about eight shots fired. Police arrived at the corner of Amelia and Magnolia streets around 6:15 p.m. to find the victim unresponsive, according to the New Orleans Police Department. The victim, shot multiple times, died on the scene. Several distraught people had to be restrained by police after they rushed past the crime scene tape in an attempt to reach the victim. A small group leaned against an abandoned church up the street from the body, crying and comforting one another. A woman collapsed in the street. “Who did this?” she screamed. Extra officers arrived on the scene to help restore order. Word spread quickly through the neighborhood that the victim, a popular motorcycle-club member who went by the nickname “Sugar Man,” was dead. “Everybody knows Sugar Man,” said Alfred Edwards, 35, who attended L.E. Rabouin High School with the victim. “He’s known all over the city — in the East, everywhere. He’s the man.” Edwards said the victim worked as a barber and various other jobs. “I’m stunned,” he said. The victim was never publicly identified.
- An early morning double shooting May 6 left one man dead, another injured and Interstate 10 westbound closed for two hours Monday, according to New Orleans police. Travis Thomas, 25, died after being shot on I-10 westbound near the Metairie Road exit. Two men were shot in a car before 3 a.m. on the interstate near the Metairie Road exit. The car, a silver Nissan Maxima, was on the side of the interstate when officers arrived. The men, a 25-year-old and a 23-year-old, were taken to a local hospital where the 25-year-old died. The victims were never publicly identified.
- An unidentified man was found dead inside a vehicle late Friday night May 11 in Gentilly, the New Orleans Police Department said. The incident happened around 10:50 p.m. in the 4500 block of Elysian Fields Ave., in the St. Anthony neighborhood. The victim was later identified as Zachary Carpenter, 30.
- No one died in this incident, but it should be noted here: A Mother’s Day second-line shooting on Frenchmen Street in the 7th Ward, on Sunday about 1:45 p.m. May 12, left 19 people injured.
- Two men were slain in separate shootings early Saturday May 18, according to the New Orleans Police Department. Gunfire left a 37-year-old man dead in the Hoffman Triangle section of Central City and a 20-year-old man dead in Gentilly Woods, police said. Both incidents happened about 12:20 a.m. Officials did not immediately release the identities of either victim. In Central City, officers responding to a call of shots fired near Fourth and South Galvez streets found the victim with multiple bullet wounds lying in grass. The man was taken to a hospital but died there, police said. In the other slaying Saturday morning, officers investigating a report of a shooting in the 5100 block of Congress Drive spotted the victim lying on his front lawn. He had multiple bullet wounds and died on the scene, police said. Neither victim was publicly identified.
- The man shot dead near the corner of Willow and Leonidas streets Friday night June 7 has been identified by neighbors and family members as Clardie Lee Ellis III, 28, who had just begun taking summer classes at Southern University at New Orleans. Fields and Skinner said they believe the murder was more likely the result of a personal dispute than of criminal activity. Police responded last week to an incident in which the windshield of Ellis’ car was “bashed in,” they said.
- A 43-year-old male victim was shot Saturday about 4 p.m. in the 1400 block of Mazant Street. Police said the victim was found lying on the sidewalk with multiple gunshot wounds to the body and later died at a hospital. The victim was never publicly identified.
- An 18-year old male was discovered at the intersection of Pauger and North Prieur streets June 10 after police responded to multiple reports of shots fired in the area about 4:35 p.m. The victim was found lying in the street with a gunshot wound to the head, police said. The bicycle he was riding and a handgun with an extended magazine lay at his side. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim was never publicly identified.
- A Bourbon Street club DJ was found tied up and fatally shot in the head in his neighbor’s apartment in the Lower Garden District early Friday June 14, according to the victim’s landlord. New Orleans police said the apartment was ransacked and the victim’s Jeep was stolen. The victim was identified as Ahmad Sheppard, 33.
- An eastern New Orleans shooting victim died at a local hospital on Wednesday morning, police said. The man was shot shortly before 9:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 12100 block of North I-10 Service Road, according to the New Orleans Police Department. The victim was found shot to the face, lying on the ground, in the parking lot of an apartment complex, police said. He was transported to the hospital in critical condition and later died. The victim was never publicly identified.
- An eastern New Orleans woman accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death Monday morning June 25 used an unusual weapon, according to police reports. The NOPD said a security guard responded to cries for help in the courtyard of an apartment complex and found 33-year-old Chantell Collins sitting on top of 33-year-old Anthony Perry, stabbing him with a glass bulb stake usually used to water plants. Police said Perry had no pulse when EMS technicians arrived on the scene at 7001 Bundy Road, but staff at University Hospital opened the man’s chest and revived him. He was moved into surgery and later died.
- A 26-year-old man was fatally shot in the Leonidas neighborhood on Friday afternoon. Police are still looking for suspects and released details about a Honda CRV in which the shooter reportedly fled the scene, in the 1400 block of Eagle Street, about 3:45 p.m. On Friday June 26, officers responded to a call of shots fired and found the man in the backyard of an Eagle Street residence. The victim was never publicly identified.
- A man was fatally wounded in the St. Roch neighborhood Thursday morning June 27 in a shooting that killed one man and left another one injured. Police said that about 3:30 a.m. the victim was standing in the 1900 block of Painters Street when witnesses on the scene said they saw a man, dressed in all dark clothing, rush up to him and open fire. The victim collapsed in the middle of the street and was pronounced dead on the scene. The victim was never publicly identified.
- Police responded to reports of shots fired at Garden Oaks apartments, located in the 3300 block of Garden Oaks Drive, about 9:30 p.m. June 30. Both victims were found lying on the floor inside an abandoned, second-floor unit of the complex. An unidentified male, who suffered multiple gunshot wounds, was pronounced dead at the scene. The second victim, who police would only identify as a 20-year-old male, suffered one gunshot wound to the abdomen and is listed in critical condition. The victims were not publicly identified.
- Police responded to the shooting in the 1900 block of Sixth Street about 5:45 p.m., where a 14-year old male, who had been shot several times, was found lying on the steps of a house. The boy lost his pulse at the scene and was taken to University Hospital where he died. The victim was never publicly identified.