INDIANAPOLIS — Residents of a north Indianapolis apartment complex are fed up after yet another fire and shooting within hours of each other Wednesday.
In the last year, Lakeside Pointe has received a lot of attention after advocates and residents have voiced concern over "unlivable" conditions.
A Wednesday alarm marks 21 times this year IFD has been at the complex for a fire-related call. Officials say Wednesday's was cooking-related and contained to one unit.
As for the shooting, IMPD said they were notified of a person who was shot and arrived at Eskenazi Hospital in stable condition. They believe it is connected to a shooting that happened earlier at the complex.
Last fall, a lawsuit was filed by the Indiana attorney general seeking a third party to step in, but a judge ordered mediation instead.
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