On the same day an arrest was made on an earlier shooting, another person was shot in Richmond.
Richmond Police Department officers were dispatched to the area of South 11th and D streets in reference to a disturbance and shots fired call at 3 p.m.
Meanwhile, at 3:08 p.m. while officers were on scene of the shots fired call, Traveon Hood, 20, of Indianapolis, arrived at Reid Health with two gunshot wounds.
His injuries were reported as non-life threatening, according to Capt. Curt Leverton of RPD’s Investigative Services.
Officers eventually learned the incident occurred at a home in the 400 block of South 11th Street and investigators obtained a search warrant for the home.
Evidence was recovered from the residence that led to the arrest of Jeremy Goodwin, 32, of Richmond on several preliminary charges, Leverton said.
He is accused of possession of precursor to make meth (Level 5 felony), possession of meth (Level 6), possession of syringe (Level 6), possession of narcotic drug (Level 6), forgery (Level 6), and possession of paraphernalia (A misdemeanor).
Our earlier story …
A man and woman have been arrested a few days after a teen was shot in in the buttocks in Richmond.
On Tuesday, June 2, Dorian Gordon, 20, of the 400 block of North 17th Street in Richmond, was arrested on a charge of battery, a Level 5 felony, in connection with the shooting.
Kaylee Jo Smith, 19, of Richmond, also was arrested on a charge of aiding and inducing, a Level 6 felony, related to her alleged involvement in the incident, according to Capt. Curt Leverton of RPD’s Investigative Services.
Police were called shortly before 8:45 p.m. May 26 to the 1700 block of Hilldell Avenue, a few blocks from McBride Stadium on Richmond’s west side, regarding a shooting.
When officers arrived, they located a 17-year-old victim who had been shot in the buttocks, reportedly during an altercation between several people. The teen was transported to Reid Health for treatment and was in stable condition shortly after the incident.