FWPD asking for info on shooting at southeast side red light

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Fort Wayne Law enforcement are asking the general public for info on a southeast aspect shooting that occurred in the early hours of Saturday morning.

All-around 2:05 a.m., law enforcement responded to the 1800 block of Pontiac Street on reports of a taking pictures. There, they observed a girl suffering from apparent gunshot wounds.

She was taken to the hospital and is reportedly in existence-threatening affliction.

The original investigation found the capturing took place at the intersection of Anthony Boulevard and Oxford Avenue whilst the sufferer was within a motor vehicle stopped at a crimson mild. Shots were fired from yet another vehicle, hitting the motor vehicle the target was in, officers determined.

The driver of the motor vehicle attempted to take the target to the medical center, but ultimately pulled over to call 911 for medical help.

Officers stated they found numerous casings at the intersection, which triggered the roadway to be closed for a time to obtain the evidence.

Investigators are inquiring anyone with facts about the shooting to make contact with FWPD at (260) 427-1201, Crime Stoppers at (260) 436-7867, or use the no cost “P3 Tips” app.

The incident stays underneath investigation by FWPD and the Allen County Prosecuting Attorney’s Place of work.