5 People Shot At E-40 Concert, Gunmen Still On The Loose
Denver authorities are still searching for the culprits in a shooting that left five people injured after an E-40 concert over the weekend.
The Denver Post reports that gunfire erupted in front of Club Vinyl early Saturday (12/27) morning, as fans were leaving 40’s sold out show, just before 2 a.m. As of press time authorities have no information on the suspects' identities or motive, but say there was close to 100 audience members in front of the venue when the altercation broke out. After pulling their triggers witnesses say the assailants ran away.
Denver’s Channel 9 News says that while four of the victims have successfully been released from the hospital, one still remains in critical condition.
Vinyl is located across the street from the club Shelter, where two years ago, Darrent Williams of the Denver Bronco’s was murdered during a drive by shooting.
40 Water was in town promoting his latest record, The Ball Street Journal, which dropped earlier this month. – Elan Mancini