An Argument In A Bloomington Apartment Ended In The Death Of A Man!

Man shot in head during argument inside South Side home

BLOOMINGTON, IN — It has been reported that a man was shot in the head during an argument at an apartment in Bloomington, and he tragically passed away.

Authorities in Bloomington, Indiana say that at about 4:50 a.m. on Wednesday, they received a 911 call from the Kinser Flats Apartments in the 1600 block of N. Kinser Pike.

The caller said he or she had discovered the body of a man in the apartment’s first-floor bedroom. The man was pronounced dead shortly after police and medical personnel made futile attempts to revive him.

Tyshawn Carter, 28, was named as the victim by the Monroe County Coroner’s Office.

Multiple tenants were interviewed by the investigators. Police believe Carter got into a fight with another man after reviewing surveillance footage and searching the area. During the ensuing conflict, the other man drew his gun and fatally shot Carter.

As the gunman ran out of the building, Carter collapsed to the floor. The coroner’s office determined that he died of a gunshot wound to the head and classified his death as a homicide.

The shooter has yet to be identified by investigators, but they are working on it. Contact Detective Jon Muscato at (812) 349-3325 if you have any information.

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The police say that an argument that started inside a bar spilled out into the street, where one person opened fire on two men and two women before fleeing. On Monday, detectives were speaking with a suspect.

After A Shooting Outside A Bar In Portage Park Left Three Dead And One Critically Injured, Police Are Questioning A Suspect

PROSPECT PARK — Police say three people were killed and one critically injured in a shooting outside a bar on Chicago’s Far Northwest Side early on Sunday morning.

In the 5500 block of West School Street, at around 2:30 a.m., a fight broke out between patrons of a bar, which then spread into the street. Cmdr. Joseph Brennan, speaking at a press conference, said that preliminary information indicates that someone opened fire outside the bar, striking two men and two women.

Brennan said investigators believe there was only one shooter and that person left the scene in a black SUV. A police spokesman said Monday afternoon that investigators were questioning a suspect in the shooting.

Police and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed that Ricky Vera, 50, died from gunshot wounds to the head and chest at the scene. According to the police and medical examiner’s office, Mario Pozuelos, 26, and Mercedes Tavares, 24, were both shots multiple times and later pronounced dead at Mount Sinai Hospital.

According to the medical examiner’s office, Pozuelos was from the northwest suburb of Franklin Park and Tavares was from the south suburb of Chicago Heights. Currently, we have no information about where Vera is from.

A woman in her twenties was shot in the head and rushed to the hospital, where she is listed in critical condition, the police said.

Nobody is being held for questioning at this time. As part of their investigation, detectives are looking through nearby security footage.

Last Words

Police say a man was killed after shots were fired during an argument at a party in a vacation rental home in Houston’s southeast. The shooting, according to the police, occurred at 3:35 a.m. on Sunday in the 7900 block of Bowen Street, close to Glenrose Street.

Someone who heard shots fired inside the house reportedly met with emergency personnel. After entering the house through an open door, officers from the Houston Police Department discovered a man who had been shot in the head. A medical examiner ruled the man dead at the scene.

The investigation revealed that the property had been the site of a gathering during which an argument had gotten out of hand and resulted in gunfire. The HPD reports that when they arrived, no one was left at the scene of the gathering. A suspect has not been identified by authorities.


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