Van Buren Shooting – On February 8, a shot was fired at a property that was located in close proximity to Cedar Street, as stated by the information that was provided by Cpl. Megan Slayton of the Van Buren Police Department. The police have been notified, and they are looking into this event right now. When it was reported that the call was placed at the police station, it was approximately 4:10 in the afternoon.
Slayton has confirmed that the suspect and three other people were sent to neighboring hospitals with injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening. The suspect was one of the people who was transported. The suspect was found to be among the injured people who were sent to the hospital. Allegedly, the incident began with a dispute that took place inside a house involving four people ranging in age from 22 to 26. The ages of those involved in the disputed range from 22 to 26. Those that took part in the altercation ranged in age from 22 to 26 years old.
Slayton claims that the man who was 22 years old at the time of the incident pulled out a gun and shot the other three men and that one of the other men shot the man who was 22 years old at the time of the incident in response. [Case in point:] Slayton claims that the man who was 22 years old at the time of the incident pulled out a gun and shot the other three men.
They suffered injuries to both of their legs as well as their torsos as a result of the injury.
According to Slayton, one of the guys has been discharged from the hospital, and the prognosis for the remaining three is that they will all make it through their ordeal alive. The prosecutor for Crawford County will decide what charges will be made against the defendant once all of the evidence has been reviewed.