Two juvenile males injured, shots fired near JFK High

Two juvenile males injured, shots fired near JFK High

Shots were fired Friday, Feb. 21 after school let out at John F. Kennedy High School injuring two young men according to police.

The fight broke out just before 4 p.m.

Police heard shots fired while in their cars in the police zone at JFK.

Two young men were discovered wounded in the parking lot at the Harvard Avenue Burger King.

Witnesses describe the suspect as another male, standing about 5'5".

His hair is allegedly in dreadlocks and he was wearing a light-colored jean jacket and hooded sweatshirt.

Both juveniles were transported to MetroHealth Medical Center for treatment of their injuries.

One 16-year old was hit in the upper right hip.

A 14-year had a shell graze his rib cage.

The Cleveland Division of Police Fourth District Detective Bureau is currently investigating.

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