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Violent Savannah Saturday Leaves 2 Dead, 3 Injured

Savannah Chatham Metro Police say all but one of these incidents involves handgun violence. Police spokesman Julian Miller says police are investigating two homicides and shootings that left three others injured.  Miller ‘'s release states:

Rahssan Baker, 16, of the 900 block of East Victory Drive, was found in the street on the 700 block of West 42nd Street about 1:08 a.m. Saturday with at least one gunshot wound. He was transported to Memorial University Medical Center where he is listed in critical condition.

 

Moses Mack, 57, of the 800 block of East Anderson Street was found deceased in his bed about 8:30 a.m. with trauma to his head.

 

And Hector Brown, 36,  died and two other men were injured in a triple shooting on the 1200 block of East 39th Street about 11:29 p.m.

 

Brown, Fred Stringer, 34, of 2129 Oakland Court, and Jerome Polite, 33, of the 400 block of Carolynn Street had left a party on the block when the shootings took place. They reported a man in a pickup truck pulled up beside their vehicle and began firing at then. The three men were transported to the hospital in private vehicles. Brown was dead on arrival and the other men were treated for their injuries.

Miller says anyone with information on the shootings should contact Crime Stoppers at 912-234 2020. 

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