Four people were injured in a shooting Saturday night in Dallas while attending a vigil for a young man who was fatally shot the day before.
The four victims were all hospitalized with various injuriesreported the Dallas Morning News. Their terms were not immediately announced.
No suspects had been arrested as of Sunday afternoon.
Mourners gathered to remember Donavon Jones, 19, who was shot and killed Friday afternoon in southwest Dallas.
Jones was outside a building when Jacory Simpson, 23, approached him and fatally shot himDallas police said. Simpson then entered the building and was shot and wounded by another man, identified by police as 20-year-old Taquan Cooks.
Simpson was hospitalized and is expected to face murder charges once he is released, according to Morning News. Cooks was charged with assault.
Police said that during a vigil on Saturday night, a passenger in a car he was driving opened fire on the crowd, the Morning News reported. Some of the vigil attendees were armed and returned fire, according to investigators.
The cops said they were looking for a white Chrysler. Police said it was too soon to say whether the incidents on Friday and Saturday were related.
The bloodshed Saturday night was the fourth mass shooting in Dallas of 2023, according to the Morning News. Last weekend, four people were shot inside a Dallas apartment by a couple planning to rob it.