York City Police are investigating a trio of shootings - including one that left a man dead - that happened over the weekend.
Jaime Sanabria was fatally shot at George's Tavern at the corner of Broad and Walnut streets about 1:30 a.m., according to police.
He was taken to York Hospital but died of a gunshot wound at 5:52 a.m., said York County Chief Deputy Coroner Claude Stabley.
On Sunday, city police Chief Wes Kahley said detectives are working to gather information on what lead up to the shooting.
"We are working it actively and continue to speak with people," he said. "We are asking anyone with information to contact us."
Memorial: A number of flickering candles were set up on the sidewalk just outside George's Tavern on Sunday. Nearby a few balloons bobbed in the light breeze.
A woman, who didn't want to give her name, said at the scene that Sanabria was a relative and that he was in the wrong place at the wrong time when he was fatally shot.
"There's too much of this (shootings) for little York," she added.
An autopsy on Sanabria's body is to be performed today at Allentown's Lehigh Valley Hospital, Stabley said.
Other shootings: In addition to the fatal shooting, York City police are also investigating two other gun-related incidents - one that occurred late Friday night and the other Saturday morning.
Shortly before 11 p.m. Friday, York City police were dispatched to the first block of South Penn Street for a reported shooting, according to a news release.
Responding officers found York City resident Detrel R. Rice, 25, had suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the hip. He was transported to York Hospital for treatment, police said.
"Rice is being uncooperative in his investigation at this point," Kahley said.
According to another news release, police responded to the 300 block of West King Street at 6 a.m. Saturday for a report of shots fired.
Police say they found Tristan Hughes, 26, who had sustained a gunshot wound to his left leg.
Bridgette Samuel, 24, of the 300 block of West King Street is charged with attempted homicide in connection with that shooting, according to police.
Anyone with additional information on either of the incidents is asked to contact the York City Police Department at (717) 846-1234 or call the city's anonymous crime tip line, (717) 849-2204. Or anonymously text a tip to YORKTIPS at 847411.
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