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Published on May 27, 2024
Teenage Boy Injured in Non-Critical Shooting in Memphis's Parkway Village, Police Seek LeadsSource: Google Street View

Memphis Police Department is currently investigating a shooting that left a teenage boy injured in Parkway Village. The incident, which took place on Camelot Lane just before 2 a.m. Monday has shaken the neighborhood as authorities work to piece together the circumstances that led to the violence.

Authorities arrived on the scene in the 3900 block of Camelot Lane and informed that a juvenile had been shot and was subsequently taken to Le Bonheur Children's Hospital. Thankfully, the boy is reported to be in non-critical condition, having been transported there by private vehicle. The Memphis community, rocked by the sound of gunfire, awoke to the all-too-familiar aftermath of an act of violence that seems to be at odds with the peace of early morning hours, according to Local Memphis.

Parkway Village residents were left seeking details, a narrative from the authorities that could make sense of the disruption brought to their doorstep. As of now, victim and suspect information has not been released, as noted by Action News 5.

Anyone with information regarding this incident is encouraged to come forward and help ensure that the accountable parties face the full weight of the law and that another night will not be disturbed by the echo of gunfire. Crime Stoppers can be contacted at (901) 528-CASH, offering a harbor for tips that could navigate the police closer to a resolution as reported by Local Memphis.