Omaha police were investigating a shooting and three assaults that occurred Monday:

— Shooting, 35th and Grant Streets, 11:20 p.m.

The victim, Dayton Veland, 17, told officers that he was standing in his doorway when he heard a gunshot. Veland said he then felt a burning sensation in his shoulder. Veland was taken to Nebraska Medical Center with a nonlife-threatening injury, police said. It was unknown if Veland was struck by a bullet or debris, police said.

— Assault, 45th and Hamilton Streets, 10 p.m.

Officers responded to the assault and they found a 32-year-old woman bleeding from the mouth. Police said the woman’s 36-year-old boyfriend punched her and then assaulted the woman’s nine-year-old son.

A one-year-old boy was also present during the assault, police said. Officers said the toddler was hysterical and appeared to be traumatized.

The boyfriend was taken into custody, police said, and he was booked on suspicion of felony domestic violence assault and child abuse.

—Assault, North 40th Avenue and Pinkney Street, 5:50 p.m.

Officers found the victim, Michael Marsh, 41, with a wound to his face. Marsh was taken to Nebraska Medical Center in serious condition, police said.

Officers said a man approached Marsh and the two began arguing. Marsh was struck in the face with a piece of wood.

Police said their investigation into the case was continuing.

— Assault, 35th and Blondo Streets, 7:20 p.m.

Officers reported to Creighton University Medical Center to investigate an assault. The victim told officers that she had been in an argument with a female acquaintance, who assaulted the victim. The victim suffered several lacerations while defending herself. The victim told officers that she did not see a weapon. Her injuries, however, appeared to have been caused by a sharp object, police said.

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