Daquan Dix Death – A house party in the Buckeye-Woodhill area was the scene of a fatal shooting on Friday early, according to the Cleveland police department. The victim was a 24-year-old man. The victim has been identified as Daquan Dix, who was from Cleveland, according to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner. At approximately 1:20 in the morning, a shooting took place, as reported by the police, outside a residence located on Grandview Avenue close to East 110th Street.
Information from police
According to the police, the victim was part of a party that fled the house shortly before shots were fired in the area. Someone in the crowd started shooting, and according to the police, Dix may have been responsible for at least one of the shots fired. According to the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner, Dix was delivered to University Hospitals by a driver, and it was at that location that he was declared dead. At this time, there have been no people taken into custody. Anyone who may have information on this incident is asked to call the Cleveland Police Department at (216) 623-5464.
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An investigation has been opened by the Cleveland Division of Police into a shooting that took place one week ago and resulted in the death of a 31-year-old man and the wounding of two other people. The event took place on Thursday night at approximately 10:40 o’clock in the evening in the 2400 block of Woodhill. When the police arrived at the site, they discovered that three people had been shot and that all of their wounds were serious. The victims were sent to university hospitals by emergency medical services.
A man in his 30s who had sustained many wounds was pronounced dead at the scene. Both a male in his 30s and a female in her 16s were hurt in the incident. According to the findings of an initial investigation conducted by homicide police, the deceased were present at a gathering for a memorial that was taking place in a courtyard at the location. They were sat on a guardrail that was located close to the parking lot.
The three people who were acting suspiciously were struck by gunfire, which may have originated from the rear of the surrounding apartment buildings. A total of around five automobiles were hit by gunfire as well. No arrests have been made. Investigators are requesting that anyone who may have information related to this incident get in touch with them at 216-623-5464. Calling the 216-25-CRIME tip line allows callers to remain anonymous while potentially earning a monetary reward of up to $5,000 for information given.
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