Downtown Lexington shooting leaves victim in critical condition


LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – A man is in critical condition after a shooting near the University of Kentucky.

Lexington police say they heard shots fired around 2 a.m. Sunday near the corner of Jersey and Winslow streets.

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According to police, officers arrived on the scene and were unable to locate a victim nor any suspects, all they found were shell casings.

Not long after, police say, a victim of the shooting arrived at a nearby hospital with a gunshot wound and life-threatening injuries.

Lexington police say there are no suspects in custody at this time.


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Monica Harkins joined the ABC 36 News team in June 2019 as a Multimedia journalist and Anchor/Producer. She’s born and raised in Austin, Texas and headed “North,” as she calls it, to study broadcast journalism and business at the University of Missouri. While at Mizzou she anchored and reported for KOMU 8 News, an NBC affiliate in Columbia, Missouri all four years. During her childhood she played almost every sport, but they always called her “Hollywood” for her love of theatre. In high school, she realized her excitement for theatre and performing was only a small piece of the puzzle. It’s story telling that’s her passion. She’s especially passionate about social media and creative platforms to tell stories. Her most recent experiment is being a FAA certified drone pilot. As a proud Texan she says she’s made of country music, Southern hospitality and Sweet Tea. When she’s not at work you can find her trying new recipes, listening to crime podcasts, reading the latest romance novel or rockin’ out to live music with friends. She says she’s only a tweet or Facebook message away, so say hi and send her the latest on your community. @MonicaHarkinstv or