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Police search for gunman who fired shots in Sherman Oaks home

Police are searching for a ski-masked gunman who fired multiple shots inside a Sherman Oaks home this morning, grazing a man in the leg.

At least four shots were fired in the 3400 block of Longridge Avenue at 5:49 a.m., said LAPD Officer Norma Eisenman.

The victim was a man about 35 years old, Eisenman said. The Los Angeles police and fire departments are on scene and trying to determine what happened.

-- Andrew Blankstein in Sherman Oaks

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Instead of worrying about pot dispensaries, perhaps there should be a limit as to how many helicopters can circle around for hours and hours. They burn endless fossil fuel and annoy the heck out of us who live one or two streets over.

Sad but good neighborhood is not imnuned to robbery. We are outnumbered by bad guys.

Jinni -
If you live one or two streets over, instead of worrying about helicopter noise, you should be more concerned that there is a gunman on the loose in the neighborhood. WHO CARES ABOUT THE HELICOPTERS??? Get your priorities straight lady!


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