The victim of a fatal shooting that occurred on Monday in the Lincoln Park district of San Diego has been identified as a man in his 20s. On January 10 at approximately 2:30 in the morning, Keijuan Franklin was shot and killed in the 4700 block of Nogal Street, according to the San Diego Police Department. When cops arrived at the scene, they discovered three people suffering from gunshot wounds inside of a garage belonging to a residence. In addition to Franklin, a 16-year-old Asian female and a 17-year-old Black male were shot.
Keijuan Franklin confirmed dead
The identity of the two teenagers that were killed will not be made public at this time. Franklin was sent to the hospital, but he was pronounced dead there a short time later. The two additional victims each sustained injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening. “It is still early in the investigation and detectives are working to determine the circumstances surrounding the shooting,” the department said. “At this time, there is a very limited amount of information available; however, it appears that the suspect and the victims in this incident may have some type of relationship with one another.”
The police reported that they saw a lone male suspect dressed in dark clothing fleeing the scene of the shooting. At this moment, there is no information on the culprit or the car that was involved. Anyone who may have information is urged to contact the San Diego Police Department at the following number: 619-531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at the following number: 888-580-8477.
Related topic: Lincoln Park shooting, robbery victim Dakotah Earley getting closer to walking on his own, mom says
One mother has a lot to be thankful for, but the fact that her child will experience Thanksgiving this year is at the top of the list. In May, a heist that took place in Lincoln Park left Dakotah Earley with life-threatening injuries. When he was shot numerous times for his cell phone, he was walking at the intersection of Wayne Avenue and Webster Avenue.
After the incident, Earley underwent a number of procedures, and he even had to have a portion of his leg amputated. On the other hand, his family voiced their appreciation on Thursday. According to Dakotah’s mother, he is gaining stronger on a daily basis and should be able to walk around on his own within a couple of weeks at the most.
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