Two People Injured in North St. Louis County Shooting, Police Say

Two People Injured in North St. Louis County Shooting, Police Say

COUNTY OF ST. LOUIS — Two persons were shot on Saturday night and are currently in the hospital.

Two people were found suffering from apparent gunshot wounds after responding to a call for help from the north county precinct of the St. Louis County Authorities Department soon after 9:30 p.m. in the 300 block of Shepley Drive, police said. Both victims were rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, according to police.

At the time of the incident, the identities and ages of the victims were not released. This is a narrative that is still being developed. The story will be updated when more information becomes available.

Victims of crime have the following options at their disposal:

If you or someone you know has been the victim of a crime, 5 On Your Side has put together a list of helpful resources.

“Stabilizing inner city neighbourhoods” is the mission of Better Family Life, a nonprofit community development organisation. Gun violence de-escalation is a part of its purpose.

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In order to break the cycle of violence, “Life Outside of Violence” provides “therapy, support, and resources” to those who have been stabbed, shot, or assaulted. Call 314-327-6697 or send an email to [email protected] for further information.

It’s dubbed the “Safety Net for Adolescents Initiative” by the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis and Saint Louis Public Schools, a collaboration that provides programmes for at-risk youth.

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Cure Violence is a new non-profit in a few St. Louis communities that aims to end violence. Interrupters of violence receive specialised training to defuse potentially dangerous situations in their own neighbourhoods. Visit for additional information.

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