Woman shot in Hemet neighborhood
HEMET, Calif., — Few details are known after a woman was shot outside a Hemet condominium early Saturday morning, July 10. The shooting, which reportedly sent the victim to the hospital with non life-threatening gunshot injuries, happened in the 100 block of North Inez Street, between W. Florida and W. Latham avenues.
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City of Hemet police and fire personnel were dispatched to the scene around 3:25 a.m. after receiving reports of a shooting with a woman possibly struck by gunfire, official radio traffic at the time indicated.
A woman was transported to an area hospital in stable condition after being struck by gunfire at a Hemet condominium complex early Saturday morning. Hemet Crime Society photo
When officials arrived they confirmed finding a woman who had been shot. The victim was treated at the scene before being transported to an area hospital in stable condition.
Officers were later seen searching for and locating evidence related to the shooting in the fenced-in front yard of the condominiums where the shooting occurred.
It was not immediately clear what type of evidence they collected from the yard or if the home was directly related to the shooting. It was also not known if any suspects were identified and apprehended as a result of the shooting.
Contacted this morning for further information about this shooting, Hemet PD officials were not immediately available and had not responded to requests for details as of this report.
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