WVC Police search for drive-by shooting suspect, one victim in hospital
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — Police are searching for a shooting suspect after hospitalizing a man Sunday afternoon.
According to West Valley City police Lt. Jason Vincent, a male victim was shot in the back during a drive-by shooting at 3100 South 4400 West around 12:30 p.m.
Police are gathering suspect information from witnesses but have no further details to release about the suspect.
The victim is expected to survive with minimal injuries from the gunshot.
Vincent said the general public is safe, and the victim and suspect know each other.
The road was closed as officers investigated but is now open.
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