A woman out for an early morning walk to a fast-food restaurant Wednesday in southeast Fresno was shot twice by a man with whom she and her boyfriend exchanged words, police reported.
The woman, 30, sustained non-life threatening wounds after the shooting near Belmont and Chestnut avenues, according to Lt. Joe Gomez.
Gomez said the woman and her boyfriend, 31, were strolling east on Belmont from Arsenio’s restaurant about 4:16 a..m. when two men on the opposite side of the street crossed over and approached them. The woman confronted the two men and there was an exchange of words.
One of the men pulled out a semi-automatic handgun and fired multiple shots. The woman was struck in the arm and thigh. Other rounds hit a nearby trophy shop.
Police are reviewing surveillance video from a nearby camera.