6 injured in 3 separate double shootings across St. Louis

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)- Three double shootings in a matter of hours have police busy this morning. In one case, two victims showed up at the Berkeley Police Department. One entrance to the building is still blocked off with police tape. There is also tape around a car in the parking lot. That is the car that the two shooting victims were in when they arrived. Police say both victims drove themselves to the police department around 2a.m. Investigators say they were shot after they got into an argument with another man at 3rd Street and Washington in Berkeley. Authorities say that argument escalated and the man shot the couple. All three people knew one another. Both victims were conscious when they were taken away and are expected to survive.

The man who allegedly shot them is being held for questioning.

A little earlier around 9:45p.m. Wednesday, St. Louis City Police rushed to Shenandoah Avenue and Jules near Gravois in south city for a double shooting. When they arrived, officers found two adults, a man and a woman both with gunshot wounds. The victims were shot while standing on the sidewalk. The man was shot several times while the woman was wounded in her leg. Both are expected to survive.

City officers also responded for a double shooting on Penrose Avenue in north city around 8:30p.m. Two men, one 23 and the other 24, were shot while sitting on a front porch. The 24-year-old was shot in the leg and the 23-year-old was shot in the stomach. Both were conscious and breathing and are expected to be okay.

There are no suspects in either of the city's shootings.