Killing shot from Shockoe Bottom; mass shooting in Sacramento; Cumberland Livestock Facility Faces More Violations

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RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) – We have breaking news from the night in Richmond. A man died after being shot in Shockoe Bottom. Let’s get into this latest news and our other great headlines.

Man killed in Shockoe Bottom

A man died after being shot on North 19th Street on Sunday evening(WWBT)

It happened around 11:15 p.m. last night near the intersection of North 19th Street and East Franklin Street.

We don’t have any information on a possible suspect yet, but anyone who knows anything about the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.

Another man fighting for his life…

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File graphic(MGN ONLINE)

Last night Richmond Police responded to calls from a person who was shot dead in the 300 block of Labrook Drive just after 7pm.

When the police arrived, they found a man with life-threatening injuries. He was immediately transported to a local hospital.

There is currently no word on the suspects or what led up to the shooting.

Mass shooting in Sacramento leaves 6 dead, 12 injured

A roadblock is placed one block from the scene of an apparent mass shooting in Sacramento,...
A roadblock is set up one block from the scene of an apparent mass shooting in Sacramento, Calif., Sunday, April 3, 2022. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)(Associated Press)

The search for several shooters continues after 6 people were killed and a dozen others injured in the Californian capital.

According to the police, there was a large crowd in the area when a fight started. Moments later – the gunshots started.

The Sacramento police chief says they gathered hundreds of pieces of evidence, including a stolen handgun.

Meanwhile, the town’s mayor says it’s high time for more action to help young people avoid violence.

More violations found at Cumberland facility

Beagles locked in kennels at an Envigo-owned breeding facility in Cumberland, Va....
Beagles locked in kennels at an Envigo-owned breeding facility in Cumberland, Virginia. Federal regulators and animal welfare groups have uncovered serious violations at the facility, including hundreds of puppy deaths with no cause listed.(People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals)

A recent federal inspection report revealed new violations at a beagle breeding facility in Cumberland.

A March 8 report from the US Department of Agriculture found five additional violations – all of which were repeat violations.

This included the continued failure to provide adequate veterinary care and unsafe conditions – which resulted in the dogs being stuck in the floor of the facility.

Virginia Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine are now asking the USDA to suspend the breeding facility’s license.

Sunny and dry

Today will be a sunny and dry day, but we can expect rain on Tuesday evening and another rainy spell on Thursday.

The lows will be in the mid-30s and the highs in the mid-60s.

final thought

“The only way to find the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.” –Arthur C. Clarke

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