BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The investigation continues into who shot seven people in West Baltimore, killing a 15-year-old boy. Rochelle Ritchie has emotional reaction from neighbors. That 15-year-old who was shot and killed would have been going to school Monday. But instead, his family is planning to bury him. Baltimore City streets are filled with gunfire as police investigate another shooting. This one–injuring six and killing another– happened Saturday night in the 1500-block of W. Fayette Street. “I think to hear seven people shot in a cluster is outrageous for this city. And it’s unacceptable for us as a whole,” said Commissioner Anthony Batts, Baltimore City Police. Deshaun Jones–just 15 years-old and set to start at Frederick Douglas High School this week — was shot and killed. “I seen him laying there fighting for his life,” a woman said. Balloons and a stuffed animal are now left to show condolences for the life lost. Those living across the street are still overwhelmed with emotion. Police believe the shooting started over an illegal game of dice. to read more click here: baltimore.cbslocal.com
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