Three sent to hospital after late night shooting

By WEEK Producer

October 14, 2012 Updated Oct 15, 2012 at 4:19 PM CDT

BLOOMINGTON, Ill -- An overnight shooting in Bloomington has left three people in the hospital and injured a fourth.

Police say that they responded to 1101 Gettysburg for several reports of shots fired. Additional callers indicated more than one person had been shot.

Authorities say that the cause of the incident was the result of a group of subject being asked to leave a party and then returning a short time later. Words were then exchanged and the shots fired.

Police say that Shanieca Mack, 18, suffered multiple gunshot wounds to the body. She is in stable condition at OSF St. Francis in Peoria.

Preston Bellamy, age 18, sustained gunshot wounds to the face and neck. Bellamy is listed in stable but critical condition at OSF St. Francis.

Kwaan Mason, age 21, suffered a gunshot wound to the posterior and is in stable condition at Bromenn Regional Medical Center in Normal.

Jonathon Lipscomb, 18, was grazed by a gunshot and was not taken to the hospital.

Three men were arrested in connection to the shooting later Sunday night. Ross L. Johnson, 20, Malcom J. Johnson, 19, and Dartaeveon L. Miles, 18, are all being held at McLean County Jail.

Ross Johnson is being charged with Attempted Homicide and Aggravated Battery with a Firearm. Malcom Johnson and Dartaeveon Miles are both charged with Obstructing Justice. Johnson is also charged with Aggravated Battery.

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