UPDATE: Sioux City Police respond to a shooting on the Westside

UPDATE: Sioux City Police respond to a shooting on the Westside


Gunshots rang out in a Westside neighborhood, sending two people to the hospital and four people into police custody.

What we know at this time is that the shooting began in the 1700 block of west 6th street just before 6:30 Monday evening.

Police tell us two groups of people began shooting at each other and into a house.

None of the people in the house were injured but a short time later two people arrived at the UnityPoint Health St. Luke's ER with gunshot wounds.

Police are trying to determine if those victims are connected with the shooting.

Sgt. Jeremy McClure tells us, "we located a car full of subjects that supposedly came from the area and were allegedly looking for the possible victim of the shooting."

Four people in a car were questioned a few blocks away a short time later in connection with this shooting.

The the victims; 22-year-old Jose Gil of Sioux City and 20-year-old Diandre Hunter of Decatur, Illinois suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Gil was treated and released. Hunter's wound was a little more serious and he's still in the hospital.

The names and charges against those arrested, are still not being released at this time.


Sioux City Police are on the scene of a shooting on Sioux City's Westside.

Multiple shots fired calls came in around 6:30 Monday evening about people in masks shooting at homes in the area of 1714 West 6th Street.

Police located a car with multiple individuals inside a few blocks from the scene believed to be involved in the incident.

Initial reports say two people have been shot.

Please stay with Siouxland News for the latest in this developing story.

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