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'Nobody deserves this': Norfolk Police investigate triple shooting that killed two men

NF Jerome Avenue triple shooting victims
Jerome Ave shooting
Posted at 4:48 AM, Jan 10, 2022
and last updated 2022-01-10 19:31:25-05

NORFOLK, Va. - Norfolk Police are investigating a triple shooting that killed two men.

Authorities received a call with reports of a shooting inside a home in the 800 block of Jerome Ave. around 11 p.m. on Sunday. One man was pronounced dead at the scene. A man and a woman were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

When officers arrived, they found a man, identified as Keith D. Winstead, 28, of Norfolk, suffering from a life-threatening gunshot wound. Winstead was pronounced dead at the scene.

NF Jerome Avenue triple shooting victims
Keith D. Winstead

A second man, Trevon C. Moore, 27, of Norfolk and a 30-year-old woman were both transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries; however, Moore’s injuries became worse, and he died at the hospital.

NF Jerome Avenue triple shooting victims
Trevon C. Moore

According to Broadcastify sound, there was "one shot in head, one shot in leg, one shot in chest - all inside the home.”

Scanner sound says that each injured person involved was in the same apartment and shots were fired through the window.

When News 3 arrived at the scene, we saw a maintenance man boarding up windows that were riddled with bullets.

Jerome Avenue triple shooting bullet holes

"I have been a maintenance man for 13 years. Nothing like this every happens over here," said Chris Rogers. "It's working class people - [they] pay their rent, and they don’t deserve this. Nobody deserves this."

Behind the duplex sits the barbershop Latin Kutzs. Owner Jonathan Tarrants said he just opened his shop a week ago.

"I hate to come to work see my neighborhood terrorized," said Tarrants.

This shooting comes just 10 days into the new year - the third deadly shooting in Norfolk. A man died New Year's Day on Lead Street, and two people were killed on Hibie Street on Jan. 6.

This investigation is ongoing.