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Sunday, 24 June 2012

Two wounded in gang-related shooting in Livermore


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20-year-old man was critically wounded and a teenage boy suffered minor injuries in a gang-related shooting early Saturday morning, police said. Officers responded to a 1:17 a.m. call reporting a man stumbling in the intersection of Olivina Avenue and North P Street, officer Steve Goard said. Officers arrived and discovered a Livermore man -- who had been beaten in his face and shot in his torso -- in front of a business in the 1500 block of Olivina Avenue, Goard said. Officers also found a 17-year-old male who had been shot in the leg, police said. Witnesses told police that three men beat and shot the adult victim, then shot the Livermore teen in the leg. Both victims were transported to a hospital. The adult victim underwent emergency surgery and is in critical condition, police said. The teenage boy was treated for injuries not considered life-threatening and was released. Investigators believe the shooting was gang-related, Goard said. Police did not provide a detailed description of the suspects, describing them as three Latino men, about 20 years old and wearing dark clothing. No arrests have been made.


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