Virginia police: 10 people shot, 1 dead after party in Chesapeake – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Virginia police: 10 people shot, 1 dead after party in Chesapeake - Atlanta Journal Constitution
UPDATE: 1 killed, 9 injured after shooting at large party in Chesapeake
“Multiple people” were shot near a Virginia apartment complex Saturday night, police said. 

Update 11:55 p.m. EDT May 26: Virginia police said one person was killed after 10 people were shot at a party Saturday night near an apartment complex in Chesapeake, WTKR reported.

1 Dead, 9 Wounded in Mass Shooting at Party in Virginia

Officer Leo Kosinski of the Chesapeake Police Department confirmed that multiple gunshots were fired at the party near the Maplewood Apartment complex around 10 p.m., the television station reported.

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Update 7:05 a.m. EDT May 26: Police in Chesapeake, Virginia said at least eight people were shot near the Maplewood Apartment Complex on Saturday night, WAVY reported.

Officials at Sentara Norfolk General said eight male patients with gunshot wounds were being treated at the hospital, WTKR reported.

Their conditions have not been released, and it is unclear how many people were taken to other hospitals, the television station reported.

Video: Police: Fight between groups led to gunfire that killed man, hurt 9 people at party in Chesapeake

Original report: Officer Leo Kosinski with the Chesapeake Police Department said multiple gunshots were fired at a gathering near the Maplewood Apartment complex, WTKR reported.

@ChesapeakePD are investigating reports of multiple shootings here in the Holly Cove neighborhood. @WTKR3

Police did not say how many people were shot, or if there were any fatalities, the television station reported.

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