Latest shooting victims reported in Feltonville, Kensington and Northeast Philadelphia

Above: Police investigate the scene of a robbery and shooting early Tuesday in Kensington. Photographs for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.

Police gathered at Good Good, a Chinese food takeout restaurant after a 50-year-old man was critically wounded in a shooting during an attempted robbery inside, shortly before 2 a.m. Tuesday, at the corner of East Cambria Street and Rosehill Streets in the Kensington section of Philadelphia

According to police, responding patrol officers found the victim suffering from two gunshot wounds to the abdomen, and medics rushed him to Temple University Hospital. Police said other customers in the store helped the victim and took the handgun from the shooter, who fled north on Rosehill Street.

Cambria and Rosehill Shooting

Investigators said one fired shell casing and one live round — pictured above — were found inside the store, which also had a security camera that recorded the incident as well as the fleeing suspect. 6ABC, NBC10 and Fox29 also have reports.

A 19-year-old man was shot and killed Tuesday morning inside a home on Fairgreen Lane, near Ashton Road and Grant Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia. Medics pronounced him dead on location. CBS3, 6ABC, NBC10, Fox 29, Philly.com and the Philadelphia Daily News have reports, some of which identify the victim as Shaquille or Shaquelle Abraham.

In the latest incident, medics rushed a 20-year-old man to Temple University Hospital after he was shot six times, shortly after noon Tuesday inside a home on Hurley Street near East Courtland Street in Feltonville. The Philadelphia Daily News is reporting that he was listed in critical but stable condition.

Follow-up reports on the two 11-year-old children shot this weekend in Philadelphia were posted by 6ABC, NBC10, Fox29, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philadelphia Daily News. Nobody was injured during a Monday afternoon shootout in Juniata Park, according to additional reports from CBS3 and 6ABC.

The Philadelphia Daily News is also reporting that a homeless woman is charged with shooting another woman six times Sunday morning in North Philadelphia. Two Philadelphia men received long prison sentences Monday after they pleaded guilty to fatally shooting an 80-year-old man in 2012, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. And the Philly DA blog reports that a man has been convicted of robbery and firearms charges after an incident at a Wawa in Rhawnhurst in 2009.

NBC10 has a brief video report on a man found shot to death in a car early Tuesday in Camden, NJ. Keep up with Philadelphia and regional news on Twitter @GunCrisisNews and follow national issues and incidents @GunCrisisUS.

Posted by Jim MacMillan.

#GunCrisis: Philadelphia Week in Review

Shots Fired at Police

Above: Police found a gun and arrested one man after a shooter opened fire on police officers following an attempted traffic stop in West Philadelphia early Thursday, according to officials.

At top of page: Police gathered evidence at the scene after two men were struck in a shooting late Thursday night on West Cumberland Street near 11th Street in the Hartranft section of Philadelphia.

Photographs for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.

Posted by Jim MacMillan.

Media reports: Five people shot in Trenton, NJ, early Saturday morning


Five people were shot
at what police are calling an after-hours club in Trenton, NJ, early Saturday morning, according to NBC10, which also reported dozens of shell casings on the ground at the scene. The incident happened around 4:45a.m. on the 900 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, according to 6ABC.

Two of the victims were initially reported to be in critical condition and the others were stable, according to an early report from trentonian.com, but they later tweeted that police sources were investigating the case as a homicide:

Two people were shot Thursday night in Newark, NJ, three days after a man was killed and another injured on the same block, according to a report from nj.com.

Police arrested a man they say fired a shot accidentally inside a Cherry Hill, NJ, office building Friday afternoon, according to CBS3.

The pregnant wife of a Pennsylvania State Trooper was killed Friday after the accidental discharge of a weapon inside their home in East Norriton, PA, according to 6ABC.

Four people have been wounded in shootings this weekend in Chicago.

Check our last post for more reports: #GunCrisis: Philadelphia, regional and national updates

Alert: At least three people have been shot Saturday in Philadelphia. We will have more information when available.

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