Shots fired: Atlanta Police investigate 3 overnight shootings

The shooting happened around 11:30 Sunday night on Venetian Drive in SW Atlanta.

ATLANTA -  Police said a drive-by shooting left a man injured as he walked on Venetian Drive in SW Atlanta.
The shooting happened around Sunday night at 11:30 p.m.

Major Darin Schierbaum said at least three people were in a 4-door, gold vehicle as it passed a 31-year old man and shot him once. He was taken to Grady Memorial hospital in stable condition.

Police do not have a motive for the shooting. No arrests have been made.

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Another shooting happened on Monday morning around 1:30 a.m., when an Atlanta Police officer was investigating an animal complaint on Delmar Drive and gunfire erupted.

"While he was at that location, a number of shots were fired in very close proximity to the officer. That Atlanta police is currently searching the area for that individual that fired the weapon. We are also making the effort using K-9 and officers to look if the weapon was discarded when the subject ran away." Major Darin Schierbaum said.

The officer was not injured.

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A third shooting happened at 490 Whitehall Street around 2 a.m.

Police said an argument ended with shots fired at a Shell gas station in SW Atlanta.

Schierbaum said a woman walked up to a car that had a man and another woman inside. The argument between the woman and the man escalated then the woman pulled out a gun.

"The female at some point produce a firearm and opened fire striking the black vehicle that you see multiple times, knocking out the window, the drivers' side window and hitting the door," Schierbaum said.

No one inside the car was injured.

Police said the woman left scene in vehicle and eluded police. She has been identified and police expect to make an arrest soon.

Investigators are interviewing witnesses and checking surveillance video.

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