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3 dead, 4 hurt in shootings Saturday

Police blook off Beekman Street near Millvale Court after a double-fatal shooting. (FOX19 NOW) Police blook off Beekman Street near Millvale Court after a double-fatal shooting. (FOX19 NOW)
West End fatal shooting victim She-ar Dornal. (Provided by Cincinnati Police) West End fatal shooting victim She-ar Dornal. (Provided by Cincinnati Police)
South Cumminsville fatal shooting victims Rickey McGowan and Bobbie Odneal. (Provided by Cincinnati Police) South Cumminsville fatal shooting victims Rickey McGowan and Bobbie Odneal. (Provided by Cincinnati Police)
CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Three people were killed and four injured in separate shootings across Cincinnati Saturday.

Cincinnati Police Lt. Steve Saunders said the four incidents are not believed to be related. No arrests have been made. 

Around 4:30 a.m., a total of four people were shot at an after-hours establishment along Beekman Street near Millvale Court, police said.

One victim, identified by police as 25-year-old Ricky McGowan, was located inside the building. He was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police found 23-year-old Bobbie Odneal dead on the sidewalk. 

The other victims, a man and a woman, are expected to survive.

A teen was shot and killed in the West End around 2:50 p.m., according to Saunders. Police found 18-year-old She-ar Dornal deceased near the intersection of West Liberty and Lockhurst.

One person was shot in Avondale around 3 p.m. on Lexington Avenue near Reading Road. About an hour later, police responded to Vine and McMicken in OTR for another shooting. The condition of both victims is unknown.

The violent 24 hours started Friday night when two people were shot on Liddell Street in North Fairmount. Both victims suffered non life-threatening injuries. 

Police say the public's help is important in helping to find suspects. Anyone with information about the shootings can call Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040. 

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