UPDATE: CPD identify second victim in Rawlings Street shooting
UPDATE: CPD have identified 47-year-old Indugu Jabo Jameel Abdul Hakim as the second victim in the Rawlings Street shooting.
Hakim was transported to a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Chattanooga Police still ask anyone with information regarding this crime to call 423-698-2525.
The investigation is ongoing.
PREVIOUS STORY: Monday afternoon Chattanooga investigators went door to door on Rawlings Street, hoping to discover who pulled the trigger in a shooting that sent two people to the hospital Sunday night.
Denise who lives in the neighborhood heard shots from inside her home.
"We hit the floor, we hit the floor, that's what we do," said Denise.
She later discovered shell casings in her yard, and bullet holes in her car.
She has a three-year-old daughter, and is concerned for her safety.
"I'm tired, I'm tired, I'm tired, my kids live here," said Denise.
Chattanooga police tell channel 3 there was a party on the property where the shooting occurred. One person, who police believe is affiliated with a gang, was hit. The other person shot was an innocent bystander. Both went to the hospital. Police believe a vehicle found on 6th avenue is connected.
Channel 3 was there as investigators collected evidence from the car,
riddled with bullet holes.
"The investigation is still ongoing, and we will do anything we can under law to bring any of these shooters under charge," said Shaw, Chattanooga Police Department.
While police continue looking for clues, Denise says she's relying on her faith.
"People praying, I'm praying, I'm going to keep God in it, my kids go to that bus stop I pray, my kids come home I pray," said Denise.
PREVIOUS STORY: Chattanooga Police are investigating a shooting that happened on Rawlings Street at 9:10 Sunday night.
One victim, 20-year-old O'Shae Smith, arrived at a local hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
There was a second victim who also sustained non-life threatening injuries.
Chattanooga Police ask anyone with information regarding this crime to call 423-698-2525.