Shots Fired Twice In Annapolis, 1 Man Hurt: Police
ANNAPOLIS, MD - Within the past week, city police have heard two unrelated reports of gunshots in Annapolis.
A man went to the hospital after one of those cases, officers said. He is expected to survive.
Unknown Shooting Hospitalizes Man
Authorities said they were called to the Luminis Health Anne Arundel Medical Center on Saturday around 3:38 p.m. for a walk-in gunshot victim.
The victim reported that he awoke Friday morning with an unknown cut and pain in his foot, a press release said.
The pain continued, so police said he went to the hospital.
Doctors took X-rays and discovered that the pain was from a gunshot wound to his foot, officers said.
Authorities said the victim reported that the shooting may have happened Thursday around 9:47 p.m. near Clay Street.
The victim wasn't aware of the shooting at the time it happened, the Annapolis Police Department said.
Officers are still investigating the case.
Gunfire On Newtowne Drive
Unrelated gunfire followed Monday around 2:17 a.m. in the 700 block of Newtowne Drive, authorities said.
Police said they found the crime scene but no victims.
A press release said surveillance cameras showed two unknown subjects exiting a black Jeep Cherokee SUV.
Officers said that's when the duo discharged firearms and then fled the area.
Authorities did not find the suspects or release any leads.
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