11 days, 17 shootings, 22 victims: Jacksonville's violent October

A crime wave is sweeping over Jacksonville this October, with 17 shootings in the past 11 days. At least 5 people have died and 17 others were injured in the shootings.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville has been under a cloud of violence this October, with 17 shootings in the past 11 days (since Oct. 7) claiming 5 lives and injuring at least 17 others.

Though the city has invested in programs to curb the shootings like ShotSpotter and Cure Violence, the conflict continues.

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Here's a breakdown of this month's wave of violence:

Oct. 7:

Oct. 8:

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Oct. 13:

Oct. 14:

Oct. 15: 

Oct. 16:

  • A man was shot in the leg on the 2000 block of W. 17th Street and sustained non-life-threatening injuries.

Oct. 17:

  • A man was reportedly shot and killed and several others were stabbed after a fight on the 3300 block of Pearl Street in Brentwood.
  • A person was shot on the 8600 block of Edenfield Road.

Oct. 18: 

  • At least one person was shot on the 5200 block of Seaboard Avenue. We're working to confirm the details of the incident.
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