LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — On Monday Feb. 10, after an incident in Little Rock that was believed to have led to a 14-year-old being shot in the stomach, we now have learned that it was a 24-year-old woman who was shot.
Officers responded to a "shotspotter" activation, after five gunshots were detected near the 43-hundred block of west 28th street.
Police only found 4 shell casings on the scene, but got a call that a shooting victim had been taken to a hospital. Officers questioned the victim at that hospital, saying she was sitting in a car in front of the residence when she was shot in the stomach.
Doctors say the injury doesn't seem to be life threatening.
Witnesses say they saw a gold Crown Vic and burgundy Chrysler 300 speeding away from the scene after shots were fired.
More on this story as it develops.