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Torrance, California - 3 Dead, 4 Injured in Friday Night Shooting at Gable House Bowl

Gable House Bowl
Published: January 7, 2019
By: Paul
Last Updated on December 2, 2020

Police Investigating Fatal Shooting at Gable House Bowl

Last Update: 7/13/2020

Police are still searching for a suspect in connection with the shooting that left four dead and three injured at Gable House Bowl on January 4. Police responded to reports of shots fired at the bowling alley on the 22000 block of Hawthorne Boulevard shortly before midnight on Friday. Witnesses said that gunshots were fired during a dispute between two large groups of people.

Three men were killed in the shooting – 20-year-old Michael Radford, 28-year-old Robert Meekins, and 28-year-old Astin Edwards. These three victims all died at the scene.

Two of the four people injured in the shooting were hospitalized. Two others decided to seek their own medical attention.

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Legal Recourse for Shooting Victims and Their Families

Attorney contributor Bobby Thompson proudly serves victims as a gun crimes injury lawyer in civil lawsuits. We’ve asked him to share some information regarding the legal options available to victims of violent crimes such as shootings:

“When a shooting happens at a place of business or another public place, there are many difficult concerns to address in the aftermath. The police must investigate the shooting and arrest the perpetrator, the victims must get the medical assistance and support they need, and in some situations, the property owner must also be held accountable for failing to prevent the shooting.”

Bobby continued, “In some cases, shooting incidents only occur because of the property owner’s negligence, notably inadequate security. To elaborate – in order for a property owner to be considered negligent, legal counsel must prove that the shooting was reasonably foreseeable. For example, a shooting incident might be considered reasonably foreseeable if a business had a previous history of shootings or other violent incidents. In this example, the property owner could be considered negligent if he or she failed to institute safety measures to reduce the risk of future violence – such as hiring security guards.”

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Editor: Paul is a staff editor who focuses on bringing you the most important legal news regarding cases of sexual assault, drunk driving, and preventable violence. Contact Paul: [email protected] This article was fact checked prior to publishing by this author to ensure compliance with our rigorous editorial standards. We will only use authoritative sources. Our values compel us to provide only trustworthy information. If you find an error, please contact us.
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