Frisco Fair Shooting Investigations – Investigations are ongoing following a big braw at Fair in Frisco, Texas Saturday night. According to a multiple sources, a large fight involving multiple number of people occurred at the Frisco Fresh Market Fair last night. A viral video shows a number of people jumping, matching an individual on the ground. According to unconfirmed reports, gunfire was also heard following the incident at the location. The video also showed people fleeing the scene as the fight continued.
At the time of this publication, law enforcement agencies has not released an official statement in connection to the incident. There are no victims/arrest confirmations at this time. Frisco Fresh Market Fair is located in the area of John W. Elliott Dr, Frisco, TX.
ALSO READ: Two people arrested after Saturday night shooting in Frisco, according to police
According to the Frisco Police Department, two persons have been arrested in connection to a shooting that took place on Saturday night and resulted in the death of one person. On Saturday evening, about 7:30 p.m., officers from the Frisco Police Department responded to reports of a person who had been shot at an apartment located in the Silverado Apartment Complex. This establishment can be found in Frisco at 8400 Stonebrook Parkway, which is located close to Bright Academy Elementary School. Officers arrived on the site and discovered one person who had been shot.
That individual was later determined to be Corey Demon Mack, 20, who is from Frisco. Mack was transported to a local hospital by Frisco Fire and Frisco EMS, but he was pronounced dead once he arrived there. According to the findings of the preliminary investigation conducted by Frisco Police, Mack was present at the apartment complex with other individuals throughout the time that 26-year-old Justin Jamaul Broadnax and 19-year-old Hannah Michelle Bond arrived there at separate times.
According to statements made to the police by witnesses, an argument escalated into a physical altercation, which led to Broadnax discharging a gun and striking Mack. Following the shooting, Broadnax and Bond exited the building complex. According to the police, Frisco investigators have been working around the clock since Saturday to confirm facts of the incident and to positively identify Broadnax and Bond. Because of this, the police have issued warrants for their arrest for the crime of murder, which is a felony of the highest degree.
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