One individual was killed and one other wounded when photographs have been fired at a Juneteenth celebration at Liberty Station early Saturday evening.
San Diego Police Lt. Adam Sharki mentioned the photographs rang out at 6:45 p.m. after a dispute of some kind.
“This was not an lively shooter occasion, or something of that sort,” he instructed reporters. “This seems to be an remoted incident.”
Experiences from the scene indicated that as many as 500 folks have been attending the celebration, which was nearing its finish when the photographs have been fired.
No details about the victims or a attainable suspect was instantly out there.
Sharki urged anybody with data to name police or contact San Diego County Crime Stoppers.
Metropolis Information Service and OnScene.TV contributed to this text.