Danville- Police are investigating two overnight shootings that left a 21-year old woman dead and sent three other people to the hospital.
Officials have now identified that female victim as Latifah Cross of Chicago. Police found Cross lying face down in the hallway of a home in the 900 block of Moore Street. An 18-year old male was also there, shot in the back. Others were in the home but not injured.
Witnesses reported seeing at least one male with a "rifle-type" weapon firing at the home from the street.
Earlier that night, police were called to the 900 block of Wakeley Drive for a 21 year old male reporting he had been shot in the lower leg. Police say the victim reported that he was walking towards Moore Street when he heard shots fired. The individual was transported for treatment.
Later, at about 3:30 a.m. police received a call from another alleged shooting victim. The man reported he had also been shot in the home where police found Cross dead. He was transported for medical treatment and released.
Police did not return calls on Tuesday. No suspects have been reported at this time.
Anyone with information about the shootings is asked to contact Danville police at 431-2250 or Crimestoppers at 446-TIPS.
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