Shooting In Dallas TX, 1-Year-Old Infant, Among 4 killed In Dallas Shooting – The world obits


Shooting In Dallas TX – A search was conducted on Monday for the perpetrator of the Dallas home shooting deaths that left four people—including a one-year-old boy—dead inside and a teenage girl hospitalized with bullet wounds, according to the police. It happened on Sunday afternoon in a southeast Dallas neighborhood, where four people were murdered. According to a Dallas Police Department statement, “there is no threat to the public” and the carnage “looks to have been caused by a single incident.”

The killings marked the 627th mass shooting of the year, according to the Gun Violence Archive, a website that keeps track of shootings across the country and defines a mass shooting as an incident in which at least four victims are shot, either fatally or critically, without the shooter present. Logan De La Cruz, a one-year-old child, was identified as the victim of the Dallas shooting by the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s Office. This is the 272nd child who was 11 years old or younger to die in a shooting this year, according to the Gun Violence Archive.

The shooting happened on Sunday at around 4:20 p.m., according to a statement issued by the Dallas Police Department. Officers were called in in response to gunfire reports in the 9700 block of Royce Drive. In a statement, the police said that upon arriving at the scene, they found eight people inside the house, including two children, Logan and a fifteen-year-old girl, and three adults who had died from gunshot wounds. Logan was taken to a hospital, but the police claim that by the time he arrived, his injuries had already claimed his life. The teenage girl, whose name was withheld, remained hospitalized on Monday in a stable condition, according to the police.