Omaha police were investigating two shootings in which the injured victims walked into hospital emergency rooms.
Around 12:05 a.m. Friday, police said, 28-year-old Cameron Ford walked into Creighton University Medical Center suffering from a gunshot wound.
Officers said Ford told them he was shot near South 20th and Martha Streets. Officers said they could not locate a shooting scene.
Police said Ford’s injury was not life-threatening. They described Ford, who was in fair condition Friday, as “very uncooperative.”
Earlier, around 6:30 p.m. Thursday, a 17-year-old shooting victim, James Hawkins-Drummer, walked into the Nebraska Medical Center, police said.
Officers who were dispatched to the med center said the teen told them that he was walking near Belvedere Elementary School, 3775 Curtis Ave., when he heard gunshots and was struck by gunfire.
Police said Hawkins-Drummer said he did not see who shot him and he offered no vehicle description.
Officers said the teen’s injuries were not life-threatening.
Police also described Hawkins-Drummer as uncooperative.