#GunCrisis: Philadelphia, regional and national updates

The Philadelphia Police Department has posted a video seeking two men wanted for an armed robbery in a Lawndale donut shop last month. View more surveillance videos at: phillypolice.com

Police rushed a 24-year-old woman to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, where she was listed in stable condition after she was shot inside her home early Tuesday in the Point Breeze section of Philadelphia. CBS3, 6ABC, NBC10 and Fox29 have reports.

According to the Philadelphia Daily News, police now say that Alberto Hernandez, 25, of 2nd Street near Huntingdon, has died following the shooting we reported last week on Magee Avenue in the Castor section of the city. The incident took place just footsteps from the scene of a robbery and shooting that left a man critically wounded last month.

NBC10 has an update on the Delaware Valley Charter School Shooting, which we covered in January.

Around Pennsylvania: A teen has been sentenced to prison for a 2102 shooting incident that left two students wounded near a high school in Allentown, the manhunt continues after a double shooting Monday in South Lebanon Township, and police in West York are investigating gunshots fired between vehicles Sunday night.

Two men remain in critical condition following the Trenton, NJ, speakeasy shooting we reported Saturday morning.

In national news, a Chicago Police officer has been released from hospital after he was hit by bullet fragment Sunday, and a man in California has been arrested on suspicion of shooting at police in Bakersfield on Sunday.

Shots were fired during an armored car robbery Monday in Houston, four teens were shot in a car Sunday in Milwaukee, and police are investigating toddler shootings in Maryland and Texas.

Posted by Jim MacMillan

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