Memphis police have issued a warning to the public to be on the looKout for a and armed 19-year-old man who is allegedly on a video rampage.
In the US, on September 8, police in Memphis, Tennessee, issued a warning to the public to be on the lookout for a and armed 19-year-old man who is allegedly on a rampage throughout the city. Republic media network obtained a video of the man interacting with his audience during a Facebook live stream.
In that video clip, the shooter appears to exit a car screaming, says, “This for real. No Faking.” The man can then be seen in the footage walking into an AutoZone store, pulling out his gun, and opening fire on bystanders without any warning. According to the latest Memphis police department information, the accused had reportedly shot 3 individuals.
The 19-year-old man responsible for the several was travelling in a grey SUV. According to the Memphis Police’s reports, the man has been arrested now. The police had initially advised everyone to stay indoors.
Memphis police recorded at least three video
At this moment, it is uncertain how many this man is linked to, but Memphis Police recorded at least three on September 8. At 12:56 a.m., a 24-year-old male was slain on Lyndale Avenue. According to police, a man was and died at a BP petrol station on East Parkway at 4:35 p.m. A woman was shot and badly barely one minute later on Norris Road, according to authorities.
Police released a photo of the 19-year-old suspect, whom they named as Ezekiel Kelly. He was claimed to have been driving a blue or silver car at first, but may now be driving a grey SUV. The suspect photo released by police corresponds to profile images on a Memphis man’s Facebook page, which is also replete with photos of himself and other young males holding wads of cash .