BULLETIN: Memphis Man Shooting People Live on Facebook

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DEVELOPING STORY: Memphis Police say a gunman is shooting people live on Facebook and they are warning citizens to be on the lookout. The suspect is in a blue or silver sedan possibly an Infiniti or Nissan. He is armed and dangerous.

Law enforcement is telling “everyone in the area of Ivan Road and Hodge Road shelter in place and stay in the doors.”

“UPDATE: the suspect is currently in a grey Toyota with Arkansas AEV63K. If this suspect is seen, call 911 immediately,” police tweeted at 8:47 p.m. CT.

“UPDATE: the suspect has been identified at 19-year-old Ezekiel Kelly,” the police tweeted at 8:27 p.m. CT.

“UPDATE: the suspect is still at large. If you do not have to be out, stay indoors until this is resolved,” the police tweeted at 7:56 p.m. CT.

“UPDATE: suspect is now believed to be in a grey Toyota SUV,” the police tweeted at 7:33 p.m. CT, then adding, “Correction * GREY SUV” at 7:53 p.m.

Police say they receiving reports that they are recording his actions on Facebook.

Video shows him firing at least two shots and striking a person inside an AutoZone.

“Bitch, I’m killing stuff for real,” he screamed as he opened fire.


Fox13 reports at “least two shootings had been reported in Memphis as of 7 p.m., a deadly shooting at a BP gas station on South Parkway and a woman who was critically injured after being shot on Norris Road near I-240.”

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