OMAHA (KPTM)- Six people were injured after three shootings in North Omaha Wednesday night.
Police were first called to a home near 42nd and Browne around 10:30. Four people were hurt after gunfire went through their home. Three of the victims including a 2-year-old boy and two teenage girls were shot. They are expected to be okay. The 2-year-old and a 16-year-old girl were treated at the hospital and released.
An hour later officers were called to 36th and Kansas. They said Autrell Jackson was shot inside of a home.
"I was in my bedroom in the back and I heard like five or six shots right in a row," said neighbor Bonnie Simmons.
Simmons said the home used to be her grandmother's. Bonnie remembers the memories she had in the house. She said she doesn't know what happened to her beloved neighborhood.
"I've lived up here 72 years and I've never, never seen the way things are getting now," said Simmons.
Just a minute later and a mile away near 27th and Jaynes, Mark Robinson was found at a home on a bedroom floor with a gunshot wound.
Tena Nunn lives next door with her two children.
"I be terrified like, every time I hear about a shooting I be like 'Oh, please don't let it be nobody I know,' you know," said Nunn.
All of the victims are expected to be okay.
Police are still looking for the shooters in all three cases. If you have any information call Crimestoppers at 402–444–STOP. A cash reward is given to anyone with details that leads to an arrest. Your name can be kept confidential.