Conti said he didn’t know in reason for shooting and that the police don’t know whether men knew each other. He said it looked like it was big group of people in in area when the shots rang out. The investigation is ongoing.
“I am outraged that fact what residents should experience this is in them community tonight,” Conti said. The people didn’t deserve it. They don’t deserve to have people fired in communities where they live”.
“The investment was made stop the wave of violence in our communities,” Conti said. “However, it seems that we have people in our communities who have just lost their meaning of humanity”.
Website of shooting in the Kingman Park area near the northeast edge of Capitol Hill. Neighbor, one of Several people at the scene, as ambulances lined the street, said they heard at least 15 shots.
Commissioner of the Neighborhood Advisory Council Laura Gentile spent the evening talking with residents who live near the shooting.
“It’s terrible,” Gentile said. “This is the worst we have ever seen. People feel very insecure.”
Conti asked what anyone with information call 202-727-9099.
Monday’s brutal night included three more shootings, none of who were fatal. The woman was shot on Gainesville Street, SE; the man was shot dead on Newton Place, NW; and another person was shot dead on Oglethorpe Street, N.E., all within space of a little hoursofficials said.