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The original item was published from 7/10/2022 4:07:37 PM to 7/13/2022 12:00:05 PM.
Posted on: July 10, 2022
[ARCHIVED] Shooting in Clinton After Heritage Days Celebration
As some of you have heard from social media or the news, there was a shooting that occurred in Clinton City late last night. Two groups of individuals were engaged in an altercation that escalated to gunfire erupting east of Parkside Elementary School. This took place after all the city celebrations had ended. Thankfully this didn’t happen at Civic Center Park. Two individuals were transported to the hospital for treatment.
The police do not believe there is an immediate threat to the public at this time.
Our first responders have done an amazing job! They have been working around the clock. We are thankful to all who have rendered aid and service. We also appreciate the mutual aid that came from nearby areas.
We are extremely grateful that those citizens living nearby are all safe. Clinton City Police will post updates when appropriate and we will share them with you. Due to the age of the parties involved, the release of information will be limited.
Please remember that if you see something, say something!
If you have any information, surveillance, videos, or any other information that you feel may help please call the non-emergency dispatch line at 801-451-4150.
Please keep our first responders in your thoughts and prayers that they can always make it home safely. We love and appreciate them.
Mayor Stanger and City Council