PITTSBURGH - Still no arrests have been made in connection to Pittsburgh’s first homicide of 2014.
Police said Fredrick Douglas, 28, was shot and killed on Kedron Street in Homewood Thursday night.
Channel 11 was there as police put up crime scene tape and searched for evidence.
Douglas was found lying in the street, according to authorities.
Neighbors told Channel 11 that they are fed up with the violence.
Just 12 hours later, a second shooting took place in Homewood, leaving a man in stable condition.
Investigators said Brian Durant, 44, was talking to a friend in front of a methadone clinic on Fifth Avenue when a driver got out of a sedan and opened fire.
Durant was released from a hospital and then taken to the county jail. Police said paramedics found 36 stamp bags of heroin on him when he was being treated.
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