St. Petersburg, FL – On Tuesday, two people were killed in two separate shooting incidents around St. Petersburg.
Fargo Street Shooting
The first shooting happened near Fargo Street.
At 3:49 p.m., St. Petersburg Police received a call about shots fired and a person injured in front of a home at 1227 Fargo St. South. The victim, 19 year- old Dquaz Davis, was taken to the hospital, where he died of his injuries.
22nd Street Shooting
Tuesday evening, at 6:15 p.m., someone fired shots at a Volvo traveling north on 22nd St. S at 18th Avenue South.
K’Mia Simmons, age 21, was a passenger in the Volvo with her two young children and another adult, a man, was driving.
A bullet struck Simmons and she died of her injuries at the hospital. The children were not injured.
No suspects, no motive
It is very early in these investigations and, at this time, there is no obvious connection between the earlier homicide and this one.If anyone has any information on either case, please call St. Petersburg Police 727-893-7780 or text SPPD + your tip to TIP411.
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