David Boyd and Caleb Pace identified as Russell neighborhood shooting victims

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David Boyd  Death – According to the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office, two men from Louisville have been identified as being involved in a shooting that took place in the Russell neighborhood on January 10. At approximately 6:45 in the evening, David Boyd, 49, and Caleb Pace, 46, were both shot in the 3100 block of Vermont Avenue, which is close to West Chestnut Street. Pace passed away at the location of the incident, while Boyd was pronounced dead at the University of Louisville Hospital.

Metro Police reported

According to the statements made by Louisville Metro Police, the injuries sustained by a juvenile who was also shot are not considered to be life-threatening. The LMPD has stated in the past that there are “no known suspects” in the investigation. Anyone who has information on this crime is urged to call the LMPD crime tip line at 502-574-LMPD (5673), or to make an anonymous tip through the Crime Tip Portal. You can remain anonymous when providing feedback.

Related topic: Coroner: 47-year-old man identified as victim in Russell neighborhood shooting

It has been determined that the victim of a shooting that took place on Thanksgiving Day in the Russell neighborhood was the man who was identified. The man was identified by coroners from Jefferson County as William Miller, who was 47 years old and from Louisville. On Thanksgiving Day, around six o’clock in the evening, officers from the Louisville Metro Police Department responded to reports of a shooting at the intersection of 31st Street and River Park Drive. When the police located Miller, they discovered that he had suffered from a number of gunshot wounds.

After being transported there, he was pronounced dead shortly after arrival at the University of Louisville Hospital. The Homicide Unit of the LMPD is in charge of the investigation at this time. They did not comment on whether or not there were any suspects at the time of the incident. Please call the anonymous tip line at (502) 574-LMPD if you have any information that could be helpful to the investigation being conducted. You also have the option of submitting your information through the website’s portal for reporting crimes online.

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