Four people injured in an overnight shooting in Indianapolis, investigation underway

Indianapolis, Indiana – In an unfolding situation, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) is currently examining a shooting incident that occurred overnight on the west side of the city, which resulted in injuries to four individuals.

The police have identified the vicinity of W 34th St. and Moller Rd. as the initial scene of the incident. Early leads suggest that the dispute originated in a nearby liquor store situated close to Moller Rd.

As the preliminary narrative indicates, the victims were subjected to harassment by an unidentified male who was persistently trying to sell them jewelry. This confrontation escalated into a brawl. Subsequently, three of the victims, all adult males, managed to reach the 2000 block of Hermitage Ct. The trio was familiar with a resident in this area, and it was from here that they alerted the authorities.

Separately, another victim, categorized as a “walk-in person shot,” sought assistance at Eskenazi hospital.

In the most recent update, all four victims are reportedly conscious and breathing.

The investigation is ongoing. Once more details become available, we will update this article.

Sonja Hill

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