More information about overnight shooting in South Bend
SOUTH BEND, Ind.,--An overnight shooting left four people in the hospital, one in critical condition. Officers found two people injured: one on the 1600 block of Chapin Street and another on the corner of Milton St. and St. Joseph St. At around 1:30 Sunday morning, officers responded to shots fired on the corner of Milton St. and St. Joseph St., where they found one victim with life-threatening injuries.
The victims included a 30-year-old male, 29-year-old-female, 26-year-old male and 29-year-old male.
The 29-year-old man remains in critical condition, and there have been no updates for the other three victims.
While investigating, officers heard of a shooting on the 1600 block of Chapin St. where they found another victim with non-life-threatening injuries. While at the hospital, two more people arrived with apparent gunshot wounds, both non-life-threatening.
Through initial investigation, officers believe all four victims were involved in the same incident.
Captain Jason Biggs with South Bend Police is asking for the violence to end.
“Again, stop the violence. We’ve said it over and over and over again, enough’s enough. One person is too many. I stand with the mayor and the chief when I say it needs to stop,” said Capt. Biggs.
No suspect has been identified. The victims’ ages and names have not been identified. It is still an active investigation, if you know anything about this shooting, call Michiana Crime Stoppers at 574-288-STOP to leave an anonymous tip.