It's been 48 hours since a 19 year old was fatally shot in Roselawn and despite the fact that there were reportedly hundreds of people around at the time of the shooting, Cincinnati police are receiving very few leads.
"It certainly does concern us as a police department and as a city resident and a person who works in the city should concern all of us." says Lieutenant Kurt Byrd of the Cincinnati Police Department.
"There's a lot of people who were up in that area we're sure there's some people who witnessed some things that would be beneficial to us in helping us solve this case." Cincinnati Police need witnesses to come forward to help find the person or people responsible.
"Ninety percent of the kids there were orderly were very decent followed all the rules but he said you had ten percent of the crowd that was there for trouble." says Lieutenant Byrd.
Now there are two investigations underway. Officers at District 4 are looking into whether The Legacy violated any ordinances on the night of the shooting. CPD will look into city ordinances, state laws, and fire code regulations.
"The police department was not made aware of this at all we were not made aware that this activity this event was going to occur so we're going to make sure they followed all the rules."
"It's very sad that something like that occurred on Christmas Eve and something like that had to happen and it's something we want to get solved quickly."
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