KPD probes Bruyn Ave. shooting

kt logoThe Kingston Police Department is saying there’s no danger to the public after a 2:10 p.m. shooting on Monday, Dec. 7 left a 24-year-old male wounded.

According to a press release from the KPD, officers responded to a reports of a man being chased by “several individuals with a gun.” When they got to the area of Bruyn Avenue and O’Neil Street, they found the 24-year-old, with a gunshot wound to the upper body.

The victim. police said, was immediately taken to HealthAlliance Hospital’s Broadway Campus. Police said he’s listed in stable condition.


The police said the shooting was directed solely at the victim and that they believe the public is not in danger at this time. They added that they were investigating numerous leads Monday evening.

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  1. gerald berke

    A shooting on a public street is a danger… it was a danger while it was happening, it was a danger in waiting before it happens and it remains a danger to any and all in that neighborhood and the city of Kingston…
    our “privacy” laws and any number of self serving withholding of data and discussion and “stay calm” messages do not serve the public well.
    It is all very dangerous and a whole lot more needs to be said.
    Who the hell are all these people and guns and why wouldn’t we expect more to break out at any time?

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