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Police return to neighborhood after weekend shooting injured 17, kills 1

911 calls released
Posted at 6:36 PM, Mar 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-09 19:05:25-04

CLEVELAND — Cleveland police detectives were back at the scene of a fatal weekend shooting Monday afternoon.

Only News 5 cameras were there as police detectives canvassed the Union-Miles Park neighborhood.

Eighteen people were shot Saturday night at a party in a building near East 93rd Street and Way Avenue.

Police said the party was hosted by the Omens motorcycle club. Members of other motorcycle clubs, including the Zulus and Wheels of Soul were also there.

Authorities said the shooting happened after several people were asked to leave and one man was killed.

A vigil was held Monday for Andre Lee Dickson, who was killed, and the other victims.

Police released the 911 calls that came in after the shooting Saturday. There were 31 emergency calls.

“My heart is reaching out to the people who were hurt, families hurt,” said Deacon William Young with the God’s House of Prayer and Deliverance.

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