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Two die in separate shootings in the city



Published: Thu, July 9, 2009 @ 9:25 a.m.

YOUNGSTOWN — Two men died in two separate shootings about two hours apart Wednesday night and this morning.

At 11:35 p.m., police found Sterling Floyd, 40, lying on a hallway floor at of a house in the 1700 block of Cromwell Street on the city’s East Side, not breathing or moving, with a large amount of blood covering his upper body, and a pistol on the hallway floor near Floyd’s body. Police reports did not give a home address for Floyd.

At 1:32 a.m., police found the body of Terrance Crum, 38, of East Lucius Avenue, lying face down on the front porch at 550 E. Boston Ave. on the city’s South Side, with several gunshot wounds to his body and head. Police found several rifle shell casings by the steps to the house.

During the shooting, the houses at 550, 554 and 558 E. Boston were struck by bullets, police said.

Police reports did not state a motive for either shooting and there were no reports of any arrests.


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1Ytownnative(1062 comments)posted 5 years, 5 months ago

well atleast we are not having any problems with violent crime in the city so reducing the police force seem to be a logical answer to budget problems

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2LoveTheCity(14 comments)posted 5 years, 5 months ago

Nationwide, has a cop ever stopped someone from being shoot? The answer is probably no more often then not. Honestly, if someone want to shoot someone they can probably do it.

We need to solve the problem in the earlier stages like education and job creation. If I have a good job, then I'm not stressed out about bill, therefore I won't need to look toward drugs to relieve my stress, then I would need to shoot anyone because of habits.

Understand there is a process long before a person thinks about shooting someone else but it not a police issue. It's a community concern.

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