Three people suffered gunshot wounds in two separate shootings Monday night in central and east-central Fresno, police said.
Officers received multiple calls around 5:33 p.m. about a shooting near the 1800 block of North Winery Avenue, just east of McKinley and Chestnut avenues, Lt. Joe Alvarez said.
Two victims showed up at Community Regional Medical Center minutes later with multiple, non-life threatening gunshots wounds, Alvarez said. A man, 33, had three gunshot wounds, while his daughter, 15, had one gunshot wound.
The two victims were driving out of an apartment complex when a 6-foot, African-American man, wearing a green T-shirt, ran up to a pickup truck and opened fire, Alvarez said. Officers collected shell casings west of a nearby fast-food restaurant.
In an another incident, police responded to the 1800 block of West Michigan Avenue, near Shields and West avenues, around 7:15 p.m. after receiving calls about a shooting, Alvarez said.
Officers found a 15-year-old boy with a non-life threatening gunshot wound to his right leg and a bullet-grazed left leg, Alvarez said.
A possibly gold Honda Accord drove by the boy in front of his house and shot at him multiple times, Alvarez said.
Police are investigating the shooting as possibly gang-related, Alvarez said.