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Sunday, January 6, 2008

1 Dead, 6 Injured In Williamsport Shootings

According to a police news release, the first report of gunshots was received at about 10:30 p.m. Friday, when police responded to the intersection of Adams and Mary streets. At about 10:50 p.m., a report of gunfire at McNamee’s Irish Cafe at Franklin and Hughes streets was received. It is about three blocks from the first shooting site.

About one minute later, a report of gunfire near the Uni-Mart at 1037 High St. was called in.

Then, just before midnight, a shooting victim walked into the emergency room at Williamsport Hospital and claimed he was attacked near Memorial and Third avenues.

Police said all four shootings were believed to have happened between 10:30 and 11 p.m. According to city police Agent Raymond Kontz, several people remain hospitalized. All told, seven people were hit with gunfire, Kontz said.

He confirmed one person was dead. Randy Speck, 49, of Williamsport was struck by gunfire at McNamee’s. Calls to Lycoming County Coroner Charles E. Kiessling Jr. and the Montour County Coroner’s office were not immediately returned.

“We have two victims who are in intensive care at hospitals,” Kontz said. “Three people are still in hospitals, and three were treated and released.”

One victim, whom Kontz did not identify, is a 14-year-old male. He did not release the names of the other victims.

All of the victims were males, he said. There is no evidence yet that any of the shootings were connected, he added. Read this and other stories about the shootings in The Sun Gazette

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