Police: One man dead, another injured in York City shooting

YORK, Pa. -- One man is dead and another is injured after a shooting in York City, according to police.

Police say they responded to the 400 block of West King Street at 10:51 p.m. for a report of a shooting.

Upon arrival, officers located two men who had been shot. One man died and another was taken to the hospital. That man is in stable condition, police say.

No arrests have been made at this time, police add.

“I just heard the sirens going off and an ambulance came up the street," said Courtney Frazier of York.

Frazier lives near West King Street.

“I have a 3-month-old, and there are plenty of children on this block right now, and what if it could be one of them?” added Frazier. “It could hit anybody, like even though, they might not mean to, you’re still shooting and you don’t know where that bullet is going to go."

Frazier can remember the last time gunfire claimed two lives on West Princess Street last month.

“It’s getting closer and closer and closer. It feels like it’s closing us in, and that’s not okay," added Frazier.

Anyone with information should contact police in any of the following ways:

  • York County Crime Stoppers: 717-755-8477
  • York City Police Department: 717-846-1234 OR 717-849-2219
  • York City Police Tip Line: 717-849-2204
  • Text information to “York tips” at 847-411
    • Instructions for using text tip line
      • Enter number 847-411
      • start message with – yorktips
      • text your message
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