#GunCrisis: Philadelphia, regional and national updates for 01.16.14

Police investigate a fatal shooting Tuesday night in the Kingsessing section of Southwest Philadelphia. Photographs for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.

Police investigate a fatal shooting Tuesday night in the Kingsessing section of Southwest Philadelphia. The victim has now been identified as Brandon Ivory Agnew, 32, who lived nearby. Photograph for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.

Victim stable after Fairhill shooting Thursday morning
Wanted: Suspects for Robbery in the 22nd District
Wanted: Suspect for Robbery in the 39th District

Authorities back at scene I-81 shooting
Three charged in Poconos drive-by shooting
Coroner identifies victim in Allentown shooting
Shot fired outside elementary school in Lancaster
Reading man gets life sentence for fatal shooting
East Norriton, shooter sentenced to 11 to 23 years

Two 7-Eleven Stores Robbed At Almost The Same Time
Trenton man in critical condition after being shot on city street
Woman shot in leg in Atlantic City shooting
Jury selection underway for man accused of shooting occupied Trenton police car
Trenton man shot in shoulder during home invasion
Pleasantville man wanted in shooting arrested in Atlantic City

BALTIMORE: Two men shot during robbery attempts
CHICAGO: 1 Dead, 5 Wounded Across City In Weekend Shootings
DETROIT: Man arrested in quadruple shooting
FLORIDA: Child shot riding bike in West Palm Beach
FLORIDA: Three shot at Jacksonville’s Bruce Park
FLORIDA: Texting argument in movie theater sparks fatal shooting
FLORIDA: Man facing murder charge in death of 16-year-old
INDIANA: Gunman, 2 others dead after shooting
KANSAS: Wichita man accidentally shoots child in face
LOUISIANA: 16-year-old boy shot, killed in Old South Baton Rouge
MISSOURI: Shots fired at patrolling KC officers
NEW JERSEY: Bullet fired in drive by hits 1-year-old boy’s bedroom
NEW MEXICO: School shooting leaves two students critically injured
TENNESSEE: Child shot by friend in Chattanooga

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