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Bloody Christmas: 53 shot, 12 dead

Seven people were shot, two of them fatally, in a mass shooting during a Christmas party in Chicago Sunday

According to police, the shooting happened around 9:30 p.m. near 86th Street and Maryland in the city’s East Chatham neighborhood.

According to authorities the victims were on a porch in the area when a man wearing a grey hoodie walked out of an alley and opened fire.

An 18-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene and a 21-year-old man shot in the back was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center where he later died, police said.

A 35-year-old man who suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the body was transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center in critical condition.

A fourth person, whose age was not immediately known, was taken to John. H. Stroger Jr. Hospital of Cook County in critical condition along with a 27-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman who were both shot in their legs and listed in stable condition.

A 39-year-old man also took himself to Roseland Hospital with a gunshot wound to the foot. He was last listed in good condition, according to officials.

No one was in custody for the shooting as of Monday morning. Area South Detectives are investigating.

"This is a business area, hopefully the cameras that are east of here can give police an image of the perpetrator that came through that alley," said community activist Andrew Holmes.

The shooting was one of several in the city in what has been a violent holiday weekend. As of early Monday morning, 41 people were shot, 11 fatally, making the Christmas weekend more violent than last year. 

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A popular nightclub owner was killed and five other people were wounded in an early morning Christmas shooting outside of a Westchester County dance hall.
A volley of shots erupted on the sidewalk in front of The Mansion nightclub on North Third Ave. in Mount Vernon just after 4 a.m. Sunday as owner O’Neil Bandoo was booting a group of rowdy revelers from a late night party, police and witnesses said.
Bandoo, 36, was killed in a tight lobby leading into the club from the street, police said.
One suspect is in custody following the Yuletide tragedy.
Bandoo’s father-in-law, Patrick Merchant, said a fight inside the club led to the fatal shooting.
“The guy was getting rough inside of the club, so they let him out,” Merchant, of the Bronx, told the Daily News. “The guy retaliated and came back and just started shooting on them in the front, just shooting on all of them.”
This is the worst Christmas ever,” he said.
Mount Vernon police officers, whose headquarters are less than two blocks from the club, heard the shots and ran toward the chaos, Adinaro said.
Security guards at the club helped cops tackle the gunman as he tried to run from the bloody scene.
The suspect, Errol Hillary, 39, of the Bronx, was angry after the club tossed him from a party, the Journal News reported. He was free on $200,000 bail after his arrest on attempted murder charges in the Bronx in June, public records show.
A handgun was recovered near the club and most of the victims were trapped between the gunfire and the hallway leading into the club, Adinaro said.
The wounded victims, who were shot in the legs, arms, chest and back, were treated at Westchester Medical Center.
I’ve never seen anything like this on Christmas Day,” said police Capt. Edward Adinaro.
It’s a dark day in our city,” Thomas said. “Today is a day we're supposed to spend with our family, not extend condolences. No person and no family should ever spend Christmas like this.”

Mount Vernon nightclub shooting leaves owner dead, five wounded ADAM SCHRADER ELIZABETH ELIZALDE  DENIS SLATTERY  NEW YORK DAILY NEWS December 25, 2016

ROCKINGHAM COUNTY, NC -- The Rockingham County Sheriff's Office is investigating multiple crime scenes in connection to one shooting that happened overnight.
Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page says they got a call about multiple gunshot victims near the Madison Moose Lodge 1148 just after 2:15 am. 
Sheriff Page said 250 to 300 people were attending a private party at the lodge when the fight broke out and shots were fired. There were  victims connected to the shooting, but many of them were not found at the lodge.
Page said they found two shooting victims at the lodge, two at a nearby convenience store, one in the parking lot of Western Rockingham Middle School, one by the Stokes County Sheriff's Office, and the last one was found at Annie Penn Hospital in Reidsville
All seven victims were transported to the hospital, none of them have life-threatening injuries. 
Witnesses describe the shooters as two black men, who were believed to have been in attendance at the party before the shooting started. One was described as wearing a brown Carhartt jacket with black pants and witnesses said he has dreadlocks. The other is described as wearing a green jacket and black pants. Sheriff Page says both were last seen leaving the scene in a silver vehicle (no make or model information available at this time) driven by a black woman. 
Since so many people were in attendance at the party, the sheriff's department believes someone may have evidence or information that can help. Anyone with information is asked to call Rockingham County Crimestoppers at (336) 349-9683 or the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Office at (336) 634-3232.

7 Shot After Fight At Madison Moose Lodge In Rockingham Co. WFMY News 2 Digital , WFMY

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