Democrat cities continue to increase in violence on an almost daily basis.
The latest example happened in Atlanta during a baseball game.
Among the wounded… a 6-year-old child.
Exactly what set off the shooting spree is unknown at this point, but this is what we do know.
Some type of argument broke out during a game at the Dunbar Recreational Center in southwest Atlanta.
Shots were fired, and two people were killed.
Rashad Rogers, a man in his 30s, and April Sparks, 33, are both dead.
Among the four other victims was a 6-year-old child that was listed in critical condition at the time of this report.
Atlanta Deputy Chief Charles Hampton Jr. pleaded with the community to stop this senseless violence.
He stated, “What we know so far is that there was some type of baseball, softball game ongoing, and some type of argument ensued and next thing you know, there was an exchange of gunfire.”
He continued, “As we’ve said countless times, we’re just asking the citizens just to find a way to resolve conflict without weapons.
“We’re just asking people to step away, we’re asking people just to let bygones be bygones.
“Any time that we have any tragedy like this – any death is a tragedy – then as we have kids that are also involved … this is not a place for gunplay. So, we’re just asking everyone to leave the guns at home.”
No arrest has been made, but police have released a photo of a person of interest in the case.
Source: The Blaze