Saadiq Teague identified as East Columbus shooting victim

Jordan Mckale Little 31, identified as shooting victim in Greensboro

Jordan Mckale Little 31, identified as shooting victim in Greensboro

Saadiq Teague Death – The man who was killed in a shooting that took place on the east side of Columbus on Monday afternoon has been recognized by the police. The dispatchers at the Columbus Division of Police received a report at 12:26 p.m. about shots being fired on South Hampton Road, according to the police department. The caller told the police that shots were being fired from inside a vehicle. Saadiq Teague, age 20, was found lying on the ground with a gunshot wound once medical personnel got at the scene.

Victim confirmed dead

At 12:33 p.m., a medical examiner judged him to be deceased at the scene. There is currently no information available on a prospective suspect in this case. The inquiry, according to the police, is still going on. The Homicide Unit of the Columbus Police Department can be reached at (614) 645-4730, and Central Ohio Crime Stoppers can be reached at (614) 461-TIPS if you have any information on this occurrence (8477).

Related  topic: Man shot during fight in east Columbus

An incident involving gunfire took place on Sunday evening in the Mount Vernon district of Columbus, causing one individual to sustain injuries. After receiving a report of a walk-in patient who had been shot at approximately 5:51 p.m., officers from the Columbus Police Department were sent to a nearby hospital to investigate the situation.

The man, who was 31 years old, was questioned by law enforcement officials during the interview that took place at the hospital. According to the individual, he saw a fight break out around the intersection of Mt. Vernon Avenue and Graham Street when he was in the area. During the scuffle, someone fired a gun, which caused the victim to sustain wounds in both the leg and the hand.

According to the police, these wounds were caused by the gunfire. The victim got themself to the medical center by driving themselves there. The prognosis for his condition is currently considered to be stable. Anyone who believes they may have information on this occurrence is urged to get in touch with the Columbus Police Department at the following number: (614) 645-4141.

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