LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — Louisville Metro Police are investigating after a deadly capturing within the Russell neighborhood.
“The officer got here and knocked on the door and every little thing and advised me that they discovered one other physique again there,” stated Steve Rios, who lives within the space.
The physique of 19-yr-previous Jaquay Rodgers was found Friday morning in an alley close to thirty first Road and River Park Drive.
“There’s lots of that stuff going round,” Rios stated.
Rios does not know Rodgers, however he does know it isn’t the primary one discovered within the alley.
“About 7 months in the past … or one thing like that, they discovered a lady again there,” he stated.
LMPD Spokesperson Dwight Mitchell stated there have been at the least two different murder victims discovered there.
Proper now, police do not have numerous info to share about Rodgers or the case.
“Once more, it is one other tragic demise in Louisville, Kentucky,” Mitchell stated.
After forty murders thus far this yr, sadly, it’s not even shocking to some.
“No, it did not shock me and it’s extremely irritating,” stated Neal Robertson, president of the West Louisville City Coalition.
Robertson was certainly one of a number of activists on the scene. Most have a special strategy to decreasing violence, however a number of the similar considerations.
“What’s the root of the issue, why are individuals out killing one another in broad daylight,” Robertson stated.
Dr. Eddie Woods is one other longtime activist.
“Everyone is making an attempt, we gotta perform a little higher job of us speaking to one another, the parents which are making an attempt,” Woods stated.
In the meantime, as detectives search for proof and suspects, cameras put in to catch unlawful dumping might be the right eyewitness and reply a variety of questions.
“That is one of many prime areas the place individuals dump junk, they’re dumping our bodies again there, too,” Robertson stated.
“I want to know what occurred,” Rios stated.
LMPD is asking for anybody with info to please name the tip line at 502-574-LMPD.
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