Two Folks Shot as A number of Rounds Fired in Crowded Leisure District

June 26, 2021 16:00

At 11:19 p.m. on June 23, 2021, Central Precinct officials responded to a shooting near Northwest 4th Avenue and Couch Street in an area of ​​Old Town known as the entertainment district. The officers came to a chaotic scene with guests pouring from a nearby bar. The security forces in the area informed the officers that there had been a shooting in and around a nightclub in the area.

The officers entered the nightclub and found no injuries or evidence of a shooting inside the place.

Officers were able to locate and set up multiple shooting scenes that stretched from Northwest 4th and Couch to Northwest 5th and Davis. The officers seized over 28 cartridge cases of different calibers and found 8 unoccupied vehicles with bullet impacts. At the time of the shooting, an estimated 500 people were in the area.

A short time later, two adult male victims with serious but not life-threatening injuries were taken to a nearby hospital.

The Enhanced Community Safety Team (ECST) was not available to respond to the crime scene as they investigated an independent shooting that occurred earlier that evening at the East Precinct but is being followed up on that incident.

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Tom Holland to star within the anthology sequence The Crowded Room | Leisure Information

Tom Holland will appear in the Apple anthology series “The Crowded Room”.

The 24-year-old English actor was tapped by the streamer to play Billy Milligan, who became the first person to be acquitted of a crime for having a multiple personality disorder (now known as dissociative identity disorder) in the first 10 episode series.

Akiva Goldsman wrote the series that will “explore the true and inspiring stories of those who have struggled and learned to live successfully with mental illness”. The story is based on Daniel Keyes’ 1981 biography ‘The Minds Of Billy Milligan’.

‘The Crowded Room’ is a co-production between Apple’s in-house studio and New Regency. Akiva will be executive producing through its banner Weed Road Productions.

Tom will produce with Alexandra Milchan for EMJAG Productions and Arnon Milchan and Michael Schaefer from New Regency.

Holland was recently featured in Anthony and Joe Russo’s AppleTV + movie “Cherry” as a soldier suffering from PTSD. However, he admits that he was “massively afraid” to take on the role because he feared he couldn’t do justice.

Explained, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” star said, “I was on the Disney property doing my last day at work on Avengers: Endgame when Joe and Anthony mentioned a movie they were going to make.

“I was ready for it right away. I said, ‘I’m ready for whatever you do. If it’s just two pages of dialogue or a whole movie, I’m there.’

“And then they sent me the book the story is based on and I was overwhelmed. That’s different for me. I was also very scared.

“I wanted to please everyone and live up to history and the thousands of stories around the world about recovery, addiction, or PTSD. I felt a real sense of responsibility to get it right.”