More than 350 people -- men and women, children and adults -- have been killed or wounded in shootings this year in New Orleans. As the six-month mark approaches in the year, the grim total represents a nearly 60 percent increase from the same time last year, and puts the city ahead of Chicago in the rate in which its populace is struck by gunfire. Over the coming weeks, The Times-Picayune will take a deeper look at the city's rising gun violence. New Orleans Murder Map 2017
A woman screaming for "help" ran in front of the car driven by a 60-year-old woman New Orleans police say was then struck by gunfire early Tuesday morning (June 20) in the 7th Ward. The shooting was reported about 12:30 a.m. in the 1600 block of North Derbigny Street, according to a preliminary NOPD report. The victim was driving when, police said, "an unknown female ran in front of her vehicle screaming for help." The victim then heard gunshots, police said, and realized she had been shot.
The woman sought in connection with Brittany Seymour's June 15 stabbing death on Decatur Street is in custody, New Orleans police said. Dannisha Green, 20, surrendered to police Monday afternoon, department spokeswoman Ambria Washington said. Seymour's sister, Bria Seymour, said Green is the sisters' cousin. Orleans Parish court records show Green has not been formally booked with the death of Seymour, whose mortally wounded body was found shortly after 1 a.m. in the 300 block of Decatur Street.
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