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Drive by shooting incident in Jacksonville leaves woman with non-life-threatening injuries; investigation ongoing

Jacksonville, Florida – An unidentified suspect shot a woman twice during a late-night incident at Jacksonville’s Yancey Park, according to reports from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. The incident that left the victim with non-life-threatening injuries took place around 10 p.m.

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The authorities responded to the crime scene at 3352 Soutel Drive, where they discovered a woman in her late twenties suffering from two gunshot wounds.

Initial reports provided by the police reveal the incident started when the victim and a male companion were sitting stationary in their car. Without any provocation, a suspect driving by their vehicle fired multiple shots at their vehicle, hitting the woman twice.

As of this moment, the Sheriff’s Office has not identified a motive for this unjustified act of violence or released any suspect information. However, an active investigation is in progress, with detectives collecting the necessary evidence.

The Sheriff’s Office is urging anyone with any information that could lead to identifying the suspect in this case to immediately contact the authorities at the non-emergency number at (904) 630-0500 or Crimestoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.

Rachel Walker
Rachel Walker
Rachel Walker writes about local government and community events. A University of Florida graduate, she's known for insightful articles that highlight local governance and community voices in Jacksonville.


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