Bullets Fly: Three men show up at hospital with gunshot wounds, refuse to cooperate with cops

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NEW DETAILS: CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - An investigation is underway after gunfire erupted on the city's Westside Wednesday evening.

Cleveland cops were called to Riverside shortly after 7:30PM for shots fired. Upon arrival, cops noticed a trail of blood and bullet holes in the door.

While on scene, officers received information that there was a possible suspect and victims still in the residence. Based on the officers' investigation and information received on scene the Cleveland Division of Police S.W.A.T. Team was notified and quickly responded.

S.W.A.T. Team evaluated the situation and made entry into the residence. Upon searching the residence, it was found to be empty. Gilmore Young was questioned on scene by officers, as a result of that questioning, the 18-year-old was placed under arrest for Obstructing Justice. While still on scene the officers received information from MetroHealth Medical Center that two male victims of gunshot wounds were at the hospital.

After completion on scene Second District officers responded to MetroHealth Medical Center to further investigate. While at the hospital officers attempted to interview the victims of the gunshot wounds. The victims would not answer the officers' questions and were uncooperative. As the officers attempted to interview the victims another call for a male victim of a gunshot wound was received from Huron Road Hospital. Fifth District officers responded to the hospital and attempted to interview the victim and found him to be uncooperative, also.

It is not know at this time if both incidents are related. The shootings are being investigated by the Second District Detective Bureau.

20-year-old Michael Pedicini remains hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the left arm and 19-year-old Guiliono Feliciano is recovering after taking a bullet in the right foot. Daron Carson is also hospitalized with a gunshot wound to his left leg.           

The Cleveland Division of Police is asking that anyone with information about this incident to contact the Second District Detective Bureau at 216.623.5218.

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