York City shooting victim ID'd
A York City man was killed in a shooting Thursday night in York City .
Davonne Swan, 27, was gunned down Thursday night, according to York City Police.
Police say Swan was found on the ground with gunshot wounds to his torso at about 6:20 p.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene, near the 400 block of South Court Street.
Swan's body lay draped in a white sheet near the intersection of East Maple Street and South Court Street as York City Police officers investigated.
York County Coroner Pam Gay and Chief Deputy Coroner Claude Stabley were at the scene. Gay said she could not comment.
Nearly two hours after the reported shooting, the body was taken away by ambulance.
York City Police continue to investigate. Anyone with information is encouraged to call (717) 846-1234, (717) 849-2204 or text "yorktips" and then the tip to (717) 847-411, the city's anonymous tip line.
Prior shootings: Thursday's victim marks the ninth person shot in York City in a week.
Rashon Smallwood was shot in the left side of his face in the early morning hours of June 9, according to police.
Later that morning, York County Sheriff's Deputy Michael Lutz was shot by wanted fugitive James Nickol as law enforcement showed up to arrest him at 974 E. Philadelphia St. Lutz returned fired and fatally shot Nickol, officials have said.
Later that night, about 9 p.m., Marcquan Way, 20, was shot near Pershing Avenue and Lafayette Street at Penn Park, police have said.
About an hour later, Akeem Richardson, 21, and Dominique Johnson, 24, were shot near the corner of West Princess Street and Salem Avenue, police said.
Richardson suffered wounds to his left forearm and torso, according to police, who also said Johnson was shot in his right finger and left elbow.
Around 11 p.m. that same night, Frankie Ford III, 34, and Quintin Brown, 33, were shot in the 100 block of North State Street near East Gas Avenue, according to police.
Ford was shot in the right thigh and left calf, and Brown suffered a gunshot wound to his right calf, according to police.
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