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String of shootings leave 5 dead, 16 injured in St. Louis City over the weekend

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Investigators process the scene where a man ,30, was shot in the head near Minerva Ave and Montclair Ave in North St. Louis (Credit: KMOV) Investigators process the scene where a man ,30, was shot in the head near Minerva Ave and Montclair Ave in North St. Louis (Credit: KMOV)
Kimberly Brown, 58, was charged with murder in the first-degree after stabbing Charles Patrick, 55, who later succumbed to his injuries. (Credit: St. Louis PD) Kimberly Brown, 58, was charged with murder in the first-degree after stabbing Charles Patrick, 55, who later succumbed to his injuries. (Credit: St. Louis PD)
Antoine Berryhill, 22, was charged with Assault in first-degree after shooting at Curtis Robinson, 20, who later died from injuries sustained from a firearm. (Credit: St. Louis PD) Antoine Berryhill, 22, was charged with Assault in first-degree after shooting at Curtis Robinson, 20, who later died from injuries sustained from a firearm. (Credit: St. Louis PD)
Phillip Criner, 23, was charged with murder in the second-degree after shooting and killing 60-year-old George Williams III Friday, April 27. (Credit: St. Louis PD) Phillip Criner, 23, was charged with murder in the second-degree after shooting and killing 60-year-old George Williams III Friday, April 27. (Credit: St. Louis PD)
NORTH ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -

Twelve separate shootings left four people dead and 16 people injured throughout the City of St. Louis this past weekend.

While on patrol Friday afternoon, officers heard gunshots in the area of Athlone and Carter around 1:30 p.m. Police located 20-year-old Curtis Robinson who has suffering from multiple gunshot wounds in the 4400 block of Red Bud. Robinson later succumbed to his injuries. A police investigation led police to 22-year-old Antoine Berryhill, who was charged and arrested for the death of Robinson. 

George Williams III, 60, was shot in his shoulder around 11:10 p.m. Friday in the 4900 block of Chippewa. At the time of the shooting police say he was barely breathing and unconscious. Williams later died at a local hospital. Authorities charged Phillip Criner, 23, with second-degree murder in connection with the Williams death.

Early Saturday morning around 3 a.m., 55-year-old Charles Patrick was found in 3300 block of Clara. He was pronounced dead at the scene after a police investigation revealed the victim was stabbed in his torso by 58-year-old Kimberly Brown. Brown was taken into custody at the scene. 

Just after 5 p.m. Sunday, officers found 19-year-old Branden Jackson, of University City, in the 5900 block of Hamilton Terrace suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to his torso and lower-body. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Around the same time, a 30-year-old man was found shot in the head inside a vehicle near Minerva Ave and Montclair Ave in the Hamilton Heights neighborhood. Police said the man was breathing but not conscious when he was transported to a hospital. He was later listed in critical, unstable condition.

About two and half hours later, a woman was shot in the lower back at Davis Park on South Broadway and Davis. She went to a nearby Engine House for help and was then taken to the hospital for treatment.

Less than 30 minutes later, a man was taken to the hospital after being shot in the leg in the 4100 block of Finney.

Moments later, police were called to Ballpark Village in downtown St. Louis, where a man was shot in the head and another was shot in the leg. One victim was later pronounced dead and the second victim was taken to the hospital.

The final shooting in St. Louis Sunday took place at Goodfellow and Stratford just before 8:40 p.m. According to police, a man arrived at the hospital after being shot in the knee.

Police do not believe the shootings are connected.

No other details regarding the shootings have been released.

All investigations are ongoing.

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