UPDATE: Victim of Akron shooting identified, no suspects charged in two overnight shootings

Posted at 10:57 PM, Jun 28, 2017

Sumner Street shooting

Reports of a man down with shots fired out of Akron Wednesday night sent first responders to 850 Sumner Street.

Emergency Medical Services say they found multiple shooting victims at the scene just before 10 p.m.

Akron police lieutenant Rick Edwards says four males were shot. One died from his injuries.

Twenty-four year old Deontae D. Henderson of Akron was identified as the victim who passed away. 

According to police, a 17-year-old male walked onto the porch of a house on the 800 block of Sumner Street around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday. After knocking on the door, Henderson answered and a brief conversation ensued. Multiple shots were then fired. 

Henderson was shot on the porch and taken to Akron City Hospital, where he later died. 

Two other males, age 23 and 30, came out of the house and were also shot. They were transported by Cleveland Clinic Akron General. One victim is in critical condition and the other has non life-threatening injuries. 

The 17-year-old suspected shooter was also taken to Akron Children's Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 

No suspect has been charged at this time. 

This shooting comes in the wake of a 24-year-old being shot on his front porch across the street from last night's crime scene. 

Merriman Road Felonious Assault

A second shooting in Akron around 3:00 a.m. near a gas station on the corner of Merriman Road and North Portage Path injured two more. 

According to police, witnesses reported a large crowd gathered in a gas station parking lot. Multiple shots were fired and two victims, 23 and 29 year old males, were shot.

The victims were both able to drive themselves to the hospital.

The Akron Police Department is currently investigating both shootings and have not identified suspects for either.