UPDATE: Monday, November 28, 2011
Police are searching for a fifth suspect in connection to a weekend shooting outside a south Wichita convenience store.
It happened at a Quik Trip, 1600 E. Lincoln, around 2 a.m. Sunday. Authorities were called to a disturbance with shots fired. Upon arrival, officers did not find any victims or suspects.
Shortly after the shooting, four people arrived at different hospitals with gunshot wounds. Investigators said a fight broke out between a group of people in two cars, after one person allegedly put a door ding in another car.
Police said a physical fight preceded the shooting, and the individuals involved have gang ties.
Officials said that two people had been treated and released, while two others remain hospitalized.
One person was arrested and booked for firearms charges, police said.
About 20 people witnessed the scene. Bullets also struck a nearby house, but no one was hurt.
Sunday, November 27, 2011
Four people were shot outside a south Wichita gas station early Sunday morning and police are still working to determine what happened.
Police were called to a QuikTrip at Lincoln and Hydraulic just before 2 a.m. after someone reported a disturbance. When they arrived, officers found evidence of a shooting, but there were no victims at the scene.
Emergency dispatchers were soon notified shooting victims had arrived at Wesley Medical Center and at Via Christi-St. Joseph hospital. All four are said to be in serious condition with non life-threatening injuries.