Man, 66, Found Shot in Hollywood

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    Joseph Johnson, left, and Kenrick Long, right, are accused of attempted murder for a shooting in Hollywood.

    Two people have been arrested on a charge of attempted murder after a 66-year-old man was seriously injured after he was shot.

    Hollywood Police arrested Kenrick Long, 24, and Joseph Johnson, 30, on charges of robbery with a firearm and attempted felony murder for the shooting that took place on the 5900 block of Funston Street in Hollywood.

    The shooting took place in a car brokerage business in an office building. Witnesses said the shooter followed Victor Herrera inside, shot him, and then drove off. The suspect’s vehicle was found and stopped in a different city.

    “Like everything else in life, it’s where you are at the right time or the wrong time, what can I tell you,” said George Friedman who works in an office four doors down from the shooting scene.

    Man, 66, Found Shot in Hollywood

    [MI] Man, 66, Found Shot in Hollywood
    A 66-year-old man was seriously injured after he was shot in Hollywood Tuesday. NBC 6's Steve Litz reports. (Published Wednesday, July 30, 2014)

    Hollywood Police said Herrera remains in the hospital in serious condition.

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