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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Gina Carano fired from ‘Mandalorian’ after social media submit | Leisure




FILE – This October 19, 2019 file photo shows Gina Carano at the Disney Plus launch event for “The Mandalorian” at the West Hollywood Hotel in London in West Hollywood, California. In a statement released on Wednesday February 10, 2021, Lucasfilm said Carano is no longer part of the cast of “The Mandalorian” after many online members called for a social media post to be shot about the Jews’ experience compared to the political climate in the USA during the Holocaust.




FILE – This Wednesday November 13th, 2019, Gina Carano attends the LA Premiere of “The Mandalorian” at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles. In a statement released on Wednesday February 10, 2021, Lucasfilm said Carano was no longer part of the cast of “The Mandalorian” after many online members called for a social media post to be shot about the experience of Jews during the Holocaust have been compared to those of the US climate.

LOS ANGELES (AP) – According to Lucasfilm, Gina Carano is no longer part of the cast of “The Mandalorian” after many online members called for a social media post to be shot about the Jews’ experiences with the Holocaust compared to the political climate of the USA.

A spokesman for the production company said in a statement on Wednesday that Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm, “with no plans for the future.”

“Still, their social media posts that vilify people because of their cultural and religious identity are abhorrent and unacceptable,” the statement said.

Carano was heavily criticized after she wrote that “Jews were beaten on the street not by Nazis, but by their neighbors … even by children”.

The actor continued, “Because the story is being edited, most people today don’t know that the government made their own neighbors hate them just because they were Jews, to get to the point where Nazi soldiers easily have thousands of Jews could bring together. How is that different from hating someone for their political views? “

Carano, who played the recurring character Cara Dune in the “Star Wars” series, deleted the post, but it got widespread online and spurred the hashtag #FireGinaCarano to trending. Her character appeared in several episodes of the second season of “The Mandalorian”, a series about a bounty hunter and his quest to unite a powerful, young user of the Force with a Jedi Knight.