2 dead, 4 hurt in 3 shootings in Denver

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DENVER —  Two people were killed and four others were hurt in three separate shootings in Denver early Sunday morning.

Two men were shot at South Cherokee Street and West Arkansas Avenue, the Denver Police Department said. Police said it happened at a party in a warehouse about 1 a.m.

Neighbors said there are frequently loud, rowdy parties in the area on weekends. One person showed a flier for a previous party at the same location that encouraged attendees to bring their high school identification.


One of the victims died and the second victim was transported to hospital. Police did not provide any information about the condition of the second victim.

There was no word on whether the victims knew each other or whether investigators were looking for any suspects.

About 2 a.m., police said three people were hurt in a shooting at East 38th Avenue and North High Street.

Police said it started with some kind of altercation inside a business that spilled outside. Police did not provide any information about the extent of the victims’ injuries, what led to the shooting or whether investigators were looking for suspects.

About 2:30 a.m., police said a man had been shot and killed on Carson Street near Maxwell Place in northeast Denver.

Police did not include any other details about the victim, the shooting or any possible suspects.


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