Mass Shooting at Dallas Concert Venue 03/04/2022

1 Killed, at Least 16 Injured in Mass Shooting at Dallas Concert Venue

Dallas police are investigating after one person was killed and at least 16 others were injured in a shooting at an outdoor concert in Southern Dallas overnight Saturday.

According to the Dallas Police Department, officers responded to a shooting at an unpermitted trail ride and concert in the 5000 block of Cleveland Road at approximately 12:13 a.m.

11 shot, 1 fatally, at concert in Dallas: Police

At least 12 people were shot, one fatally, when gunfire erupted at a concert in Dallas early Sunday, police said.

Three of the victims are juveniles, according to the Dallas Police Department.

1 killed, 11 injured in shooting at Dallas outdoor concert, police say

Authorities on Sunday were investigating a shooting at an outdoor concert in Dallas that left one man dead and 11 others injured.

Police responded to a shooting call around 12:15 a.m. Sunday morning at an all-day outdoor trail ride and concert event in the Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas.

1 killed, 11 injured in shooting at southeast Oak Cliff outdoor concert, police say

A 26-year-old man was fatally shot and at least 11 others were injured Saturday night at a concert in southeast Oak Cliff, Dallas police said.

2 Arrested, Charged in Connection to Deadly Dallas Concert Mass Shooting

Two men have been charged in connection to a deadly shooting at a Dallas concert venue in April.

According to the Dallas Police Department, officers arrested 25-year-old Astonial Calhoun and 26-year-old Devojiea Givens on Wednesday and charged them with felony deadly conduct.

Arrests made in Dallas concert shooting that left 1 dead, 16 injured

Two men have been arrested and charged in connection with a deadly shooting at a Dallas concert venue in April that also injured 16 others. 

Astonial Calhoun, 25, and Devojiea Givens, 26, were taken into custody Wednesday with assistance from the North Texas Fugitive Task Force and ATF Violent Crimes Task Force and are charged with felony deadly conduct, the Dallas Police Department said. 

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