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Three Men Killed In Harbor-Gateway Shooting

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(FOX 11) It all started just after 5:30 Friday morning with calls to 911 reporting gunfire coming from the building at 1615 W. 205th Street in the Harbor Gateway area.

When LAPD patrol officers arrived and entered the building, they found victim #1 laying on a stairwell. Dead.

Victim #2 was in a nearby apartment on the 2nd floor. Dead.

Victim #3 was close by. Dead.

And outside, a bloody scene; a trail that went on for blocks, eventually ending at Del Amo and Western, where they found yet another man who had been shot. Alive.

At first glance it appeared the poor guy, who'd been shot in the leg or legs, had run for his life. And that still may be true but the problem is he's being "uncooperative" with police.

It's a problem because there may be a killer or two running around.

But he's not talking. Or at least not talking about what happened on the 2nd floor that left three men dead. Oh yeah, and left that bullet(s) in his leg.

Maybe he's scared. Maybe he's not.

Survivor or suspect? Saint or sinner?

It's a triple murder mystery and at the center, three dead men and that one guy.

 

 

 

 

 

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