Omaha police are investigating three separate shootings early Sunday in which a total of six people were struck by gunshots.
Officer Michael Pecha, a police spokesman, said no injuries were thought to be life-threatening. Police had not announced any suspects.
The first shooting happened about 2:50 a.m. Ray Robinson Jr., 37, of Omaha went to the Nebraska Medical Center by private vehicle.
Robinson told investigators he was a passenger in a vehicle headed west on Interstate 80 near 13th Street when a slow-moving vehicle pulled in front of the vehicle he was riding in, nearly causing a collision. When the driver started to pass the slower vehicle, words were exchanged. The two vehicles ended up near 43rd Street and Dewey Avenue, where someone in the slower vehicle fired a gun, striking Robinson.
In the second shooting, officers about 4:15 a.m. found a gunshot victim, Dejuan Tipler, 22, of Omaha, inside a sport utility vehicle that had hit a tree near 52nd Street and Camden Avenue. Tipler was taken to Creighton University Medical Center in serious condition.
A witness told police that a vehicle pulled up next to the SUV and fired a gun, striking Tipler.
The third incident occurred about 4:20 a.m. at 24th and Binney Streets. Pecha said officers responded to a ShotSpotter report of multiple rounds fired.
A short time later, four victims arrived at Creighton by private vehicle. They said they were outside a residence when they were shot.
The victims were Braylon Hardeman, 29, Darnell Matthews, 27, Delvonne Cross, 23, and Rodney Landrum, 31, all of Omaha.