Echo Park shooting leaves one injured

Man shot in 1400 block of Echo Park Avenue
ECHO PARK — One man was wounded Saturday night when he was shot at multiple times in the 1400 block of Echo Park Avenue, police said.

The victim, described as a man in his 50s based on preliminary information, was found on the sidewalk by officers responding to the shooting, which took place at about 10:30 pm, said Sgt. James Zboravan with the LAPD’s Northeast Division. The man survived the shooting and was taken to a hospital by paramedics.

The victim was not cooperating with police, so no information was available about the suspect or suspects or what prompted the shooting, Zboravan said.

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  1. Come on gangbangers.. cool it.. things have been pretty nice lately.. take your beefs elsewhere ..

    • If a gangbangers shoots another gangbanger, who cares? They’re literally killing themselves for us over trivial bull. As long as no one get’s caught in the cross fire, it’s a win-win.

  2. The stairway by the barber shop on echo park ave and montana is a frequent hang out for shady characters.

  3. clean up the crowd around the donut shop. n youll see all the junkies disappear.

  4. these comments are disgusting

  5. Why disgusting? I think its a great idea to clean that corner by the donut shop.

    • Clean up the donut shop? Most of those guys live and work in the area, a few regulars are retired whom live on Fairbanks. Yes they look bummy but they own their homes just up the way.

  6. Your Conscience Again

    Ignorant hipsters, ingnorant gangbangers, and ignorant
    Piasas’… who knows what really happened? It was a Blackman that was shot for stealing. I have to respect anyone who holds court on the streets!
    Like the Wild Wild West!

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