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Busy weekend for TPD: Four separate shootings result in two deaths

It was a busy weekend for Toledo Police (Source: WTOL) It was a busy weekend for Toledo Police (Source: WTOL)
TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) -

Toledo Police are investigating four separate shooting incidents, including two homicides, over the weekend.

Three of the shootings happened within blocks of each other in north Toledo and the fourth happened in west Toledo.

Police say on Friday 27-year-old Charles White was shot by Daniel Kirby on Marvin in west Toledo.

Mr. White died the following day at the hospital.

Two more shootings happened early on Saturday morning, both in north Toledo.

The first, reported at 5:40 a.m., happened on Oakland and Stickney Ave.

According to TPD’s crime log, the victim, Shanice Hobson, was shot by an unknown suspect.

Less than an hour later, 55-year-old Jeffrey Wallace was pronounced dead at the scene after being shot near Chestnut and Streicher.

Finally, just after 10 p.m. on Saturday, police responded to a shooting on Stickney Ave. again, very close to the location of one of the Saturday morning shootings.

Police say victim Riley Kode was taken to the hospital.

There is no word on a suspect in that shooting.

There is also no word on if any of the shootings were related.

In addition to the shootings, a person was reportedly stabbed in east Toledo on Friday night.

According to the crime log, Matthew Sutton was stabbed on Friday night around 10 p.m.

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