York City Police have released the names of three victims from a Tuesday night shooting in the 100 block of Stevens Avenue in York.
A 17-year-old boy from the first block of North Hartman Street had a gunshot wound to the neck/jaw area, according to Lt. Tim Utley, head of the York City Police detective division.
Destine Callistro, 18, of the 100 block of Stevens Avenue had a gunshot wound to her arm, Utley said.
Callistro and the boy were together on Stevens Avenue when they were shot, he added.
James Abney, 26, of the 200 block of East Cottage Place had a gunshot wound to the shoulder. None of the injuries are considered life threatening.
No arrests or warrants have been issued in the shooting, Utley said.
Tuesday night report
A shooting that left three people injured Tuesday is believed to involve the same gangs involved in a Sunday morning shooting that left a York woman with a gunshot wound to the head, according to Lt. Tim Utley, head of the York City Police detective division.
Utley said both shootings involved members of the Parkway and Southside gangs.
A connection between the two incidents is unclear, he added, but police are "looking into it."
Sgt. Rob Goshen with York City Police said three people were injured in a shooting in the 100 block of Stevens Avenue in York Tuesday around 6:50 p.m. One woman was taken to the hospital by ambulance, he said, while a juvenile boy and an adult man showed up at York Hospital in a private vehicle.
All three were in stable condition Tuesday, police said.
Glenniece Banks, 31, of York was injured in the 3 a.m. Sunday shooting after a fight broke out at the Five Guys Burgers and Fries parking lot and spilled in the Rutter's Farm Store parking lot, police said.
Banks was in serious condition Sunday afternoon, but an update on her condition has not been available since.
Police first reported the Banks was a bystander, but Utley said she was known to both groups, although not actively involved in the altercation. No arrests have been made nor have any warrants been issued in connection with either shooting, Utley said.
The Parkway gang is based off Parkway Boulevard and the surrounding neighborhood, and Southside is based in the south end of the city. Utley said the dispute between the two has been ongoing, as members get in and out of prison and new "troublemakers" emerge.
Whom to call
Anyone with information about the shooting may call 849-2219 or the anonymous tip line at 849-2204. They also can text a tip to "YORKTIPS" at 847411 (tip411).