One dead from Lawrence shooting Saturday night

Lawrence police officers responded to a shooting at Motel 6 in North Lawrence Saturday night. (Google Maps)

A man involved in a shooting Sunday night in Lawrence has died from his injuries.

Officers received a call at 11:30 p.m. Saturday for a shooting inside Motel 6 in North Lawrence, at 1130 N. 3rd St. According to a Lawrence Police Department press release, when officers arrived, there were three male shooting victims. The victims were transported to local hospitals with possible life threatening injuries, and one victim, identified as 23 year old Lenexa resident Cameron A. Hooks, died from his injuries.

Lawrence police officers responded to another call for shots fired early Sunday morning, but do not believe the two situations are connected.

Officers received a call for the second shooting at 1:30 a.m. Sunday. Multiple calls reported hearing shots fired near W. 10th and Kentucky streets. There are no reported injuries at this time. Two parked vehicles in a parking lot had damage from bullets.

The department said they do not believe the two shootings are related. Officers are investigating both cases and more information will be provided as the investigations continue.



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