Syracuse Police: Weekend Brings Shots Fired, ‘Butt’ Shooting and a Stabbing

Syracuse Police reported several incidents over the weekend. Mostly shots fired calls with casings found and a Syracuse man shot in the buttocks. These are standard calls, as each day there are occurrences that happen in Syracuse. Some are non-violent property crimes or car accidents, incidents of violence are usually reported by the particular Law Enforcement Agency. For example, Onondaga County Sheriff’s Department crime and accident information is reported separately.

Man Shot in Buttocks Saturday Night

Saturday, August 1st, 2020, at around 9:11 P.M., Officers responded to Upstate Hospital for a shooting with injuries investigation. Upon arrival, Officers located a 36-year-old male who suffered from a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the buttocks.  Limited incident location information. The investigation is active and ongoing; anyone with information is asked to call the Syracuse Police Department at (315) 42-5222 or by using our Syracuse PD Tips App.

Shots Fired Call Casings Found on Midland Ave.

Saturday, August 1st, 2020, at around 10:58 P.M., Officers responded to the 2400 block of Midland Ave. for a shots fired call. Upon arrival, Officers located evidence of a shots fired, and several casings were located.

Shots Fired Reported on Bellevue Ave.

Saturday, August 1st, 2020, at around 11:27 P.M., Officers responded to the 700 block of Bellevue Ave. for a shots fired call. Upon arrival, Officers located evidence of a shots fired, and several casings were located.

Police are called to Willis Ave. Stabbing

Sunday, August 2nd, 2020, at around 12:34 A.M., while Officers were in the 1200 block of Willis Ave. they were informed of a male who had just been stabbed. Officers then located a 20-year-old male who suffered from multiple stab wounds. The male was transported to Upstate Hospital, where he is expected to survive.

All investigations are active and ongoing; anyone with information is asked to call the Syracuse Police Department at (315) 42-5222 or by using our Syracuse PD Tips App.