As with all non-fatal shootings, gang detectives were on the scene of the investigation, police said.
A male victim was found at an area hospital Thursday morning with gunshot wounds to his upper-body but has refused to cooperate with an investigation into possible suspects. No injuries were reported in the other shooting incident.
Both of the victims are in stable condition.
Detectives are looking for a dark-colored, four-door sedan they think is connected to the shooting, but they had few other details.
The shooting reportedly happened near Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and 16th Street on April 27.
The victim was walking east on Seventh Street near Marrieta Court when he was shot in the upper torso, police said. He was taken to a nearby hospital and was expected to survive.
Authorities said the man left his shotgun in the backseat of a car where a 4-year-old boy found it and shot his own mother through the back of the driver’s seat on the afternoon of Jan. 23.
The suspect fled the scene before officers got there and police do not have a suspect description available, police said.
The victim was shot in the upper torso and transported to the hospital.
Prosecutors said the defendant, Brandon Gilbert Ambriz, left the shotgun in a car that children were regularly driven in.