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Gunmen Shoot at Car Carrying Snoop Dogg
LOS ANGELES – Three gunmen shot at a convoy of cars, one of which was carrying Snoop Dogg. The rap star wasn’t hit but one of his bodyguards was injured.
Police said the shooting happened Thursday night in the Mid-City area as up to five cars, including one carrying Snoop Dogg, were traveling through the area. Another car pulled alongside the convoy and three men with guns began shooting, said police Officer Don Cox, a police spokesman. Bullets hit two of the vehicles.
The wounded man, an off-duty police officer with the Inglewood Unified School District, was shot in the back, police Sgt. Brian Owen said. The man, whose identity was not immediately available, was taken to a hospital and released early Friday, Owen said. It was unclear whether he was in the same vehicle as Snoop Dogg.
Owen said it appears that one of the shooters wanted to speak with the rapper, whose real name is Calvin Broadus. Words were exchanged, followed by gunfire. It wasn’t immediately known what was said.
No arrests have been made.
The rap star’s entourage included seven bodyguards, five from the Inglewood school district and two state parole officers, Owen said.
Police questioned Snoop Dogg, the bodyguards and other people who were with him. Owen said he didn’t expect them to be booked for a crime.