Multiple People Sh0t at High School Graduation in Richmond!

Two people were ki!!ed and five others were injured after a sh00ter opened fire outside of a high school graduation ceremony in Richmond, Virginia, on Tuesday evening, said the city’s interim police chief.

Other persons were harmed while attempting to flee the gunshots around Richmond’s Monroe Park, including a 9-year-old child hit by a car, Richmond Interim Police Chief Rick Edwards told reporters Tuesday night.

The police initially held two people, but one was later released. Police will recommend two counts of second-degree murder against the other, a 19-year-old detained Tuesday night with four pistols, whom detectives believe may have known one of the victims, Edwards said.

A 36-year-old guy who attended the ceremony at a theater outside the park on Tuesday and an 18-year-old student who graduated from school were ki!!ed. They weren’t given names.

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Richmond Public Schools representative Matthew Stanley, the sh00ting occurred at Monroe Park following Huguenot High School’s celebration in the Altria Theater. The theater is across the street from Virginia Commonwealth University’s park.

In addition to the two people who were slain, five other people were shot, including a 14-year-old kid and four males who ranged in age from 31 to 58. By Edwards, four of those hurt had non-life-threatening wounds. Edwards stated the 9-year-old hit by a car received non-life-threatening medical care Tuesday night.

Just before 5:15 p.m. ET, three off-duty police officers manning security at the ceremony heard gunfire outside. The temporary police chief said other officers on traffic duty responded after they radioed a call of shots fired.

Multiple People Shot at High School Graduation in Richmond

Although the suspect attempted to flee the scene, VCU police were able to catch him. “Is nothing sacred any longer? Is nothing sacred any longer?” Levar M. Stoney, the mayor of Richmond, remarked at the initial press conference.

The mayor vowed Whoever was responsible would be brought to justice, “not just for the families involved, but for the city.”

Stanley added that after the Huguenot High graduation ceremony was postponed, a separate high school’s graduation event was set for the theater. The school system’s website and graduation ceremonies for three schools were selected for Tuesday at Altria Theater.

Jason Kamras, superintendent of Richmond Public Schools, claimed that the graduation ceremony had been completed and that graduates were outside taking pictures with their families when the sh00ting occurred. Edwards said hundreds of people were in the park then.

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Kamras said, “I don’t have any more words on this.”  “I’m just tired of seeing people get shot, our kids get shot. And I beg of the entire community to stop.”

Virginia Commonwealth University notice released at 5:15 p.m. Monroe Park was the sh00ting scene. The alert page stated that there was no longer a threat an hour later.

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