Detectives Release Surveillance in Second Hollywood Shooting

The surveillance video shows a four-door sedan with black molding along the doors, which detectives are asking the public to identify.

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    Hollywood detectives have released video of a shooting that happened on July 12. The video shows a sedan with black molding along the doors.

    Hollywood detectives have released surveillance video of a vehicle that was seen in the area of South 28th Avenue and Jackson Street during a July 12th shooting.

    The 20-year-old victim in the shooting, identified as Donavin Johnson, died at Memorial Regional Hospital, where he had also been taken in critical condition, officials said.

    The surveillance video shows a four-door sedan with black molding along the doors, which detectives are asking the public to identify.

    Detectives Release Surveillance in Hollywood Shooting

    [MI] Detectives Release Surveillance in Hollywood Shooting
    Hollywood detectives have released surveillance video taken by the scene of a Friday shooting. Investigators said the man seen fleeing in the video is the subject responsible for the shooting of 16-year-old Jacob Rivera.

    A witness previously said there was a white sedan in the area at the time of the shooting.

    Neighbor Soojie Mohan spoke with NBC 6 about hearing the gunshots.

    1 Killed, 1 Injured in Separate Shootings in Hollywood

    [MI] 1 Killed, 1 Injured in Separate Shootings in Hollywood
    Police are investigating a pair of shootings in Hollywood that left one man dead and a teen critically injured. Neighbor Soojie Mohan and Hollywood Police spokesman Sgt. Pablo Vanegas comment.

    "I just heard five gunshots, I was in the bathroom," she said. "This is the first time, I've been here for 13 years and never seen anything like this."

    This is the second shooting that occurred in Hollywood in the same week. Police have not said whether the two shootings are related.

    The investigation remains ongoing and the Hollywood Police Department is asking for any witnesses or anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 954-493-8477.

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