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Party Bus Shooting in Hollywood Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Injured

One man was killed and a second injured when gunfire rang out Friday around 11:45 p.m. in the 6100 block of Sunset Boulevard, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

The bus had traveled to Hollywood from Compton when the shooting unfolded, the LAPD said.

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Police have identified the victim of a fatal shooting that left another man critically injured on the sidewalk outside a party bus parked in Hollywood.

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One man was killed and other seriously injured in a Nov. 8, 2013, shooting outside a party bus in Hollywood.

One victim, identified as 23-year-old Travius Shearer, died at a local hospital after the Nov. 8 shooting at Sunset Boulevard and El Centro Avenue.

The other, a 19-year-old, was hospitalized in critical condition. Both victims were Los Angeles residents and were passengers on a party bus that was parked outside the Hollywood Palladium.

After a depute on the sidewalk next to the bus, which had traveled from Compton to Hollywood, several rounds were fired, hitting and Shearer and the other man.

Deondie Wilson, a 26-year-old resident of Lynwood, and an unidentified 17-year-old juvenile have both been booked on murder charges, according to a news release issued Monday by the Los Angeles Police Department.

The case will be presented to the Los Angeles District Attorney for filing consideration on Tuesday.

Detectives were asking businesses located near the scene to preserve any video surveillance of this incident and contact the LAPD.

One of the two alleged gunmen involved in a deadly party bus shooting on Sunset Boulevard was identified Sunday as Deondie Wilson of Lynwood, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

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The shooting happened outside a chartered bus on Sunset Blvd., Nov. 9, 2013, (KTLA)

Wilson and an alleged 17-year-old accomplice, whose name was not released because of his age, face murder charges in connection with the shooting, Officer Rosario Herrera of the LAPD Hollywood Community Police Station told KTLA 5.

One man was killed and a second injured in the shooting on Friday night at 11:45 p.m. in the 6100 block of Sunset Boulevard, police said.

The bus had traveled to Hollywood from Compton when the shooting unfolded, according to the LAPD.

The shooting happened shortly after the party bus stopped at the corner of El Centro and Sunset to let people off to use the restroom, police said.

An argument broke out as the victims re-boarded the bus, leading to a shooting in front of the Hollywood Palladium, according to police.

Paramedics transported the two victims to an area hospital, but one died, police said.  The second man remained in critical condition Sunday.

The victims’ names were not being released, police told KTLA 5.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office was expected to file murder charges against Wilson and the 17-year-old on Tuesday after the Veteran’s Day holiday, the LAPD said.

Two people were arrested Saturday in connection with a deadly shooting outside a party bus in Hollywood, authorities said.

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The shooting happened outside a chartered bus on Sunset Blvd., Nov. 9, 2013, (KTLA)

One man was killed and a second injured when gunfire rang out Friday around 11:45 p.m. in the 6100 block of Sunset Boulevard (map), according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

The bus had traveled to Hollywood from Compton when the shooting unfolded, the LAPD said.

“It stopped over here at the corner of El Centro and Sunset so the occupants could get out and use the restroom,” Captain Peter Zarcone told KTLA 5.

An argument broke out as the victims re-boarded the bus, leading to a shooting in front of the Hollywood Palladium, Zarcone said.

Paramedics transported the two victims to an area hospital, but one died, police said.  The second man was in critical condition.

At the time of the shooting, a concert was letting out at the Palladium leading to chaos in the area, witnesses said.

“It was like gunshots let off.  It was pretty loud.  I just didn’t know what to do,” Trevor Garcia, who was in the neighborhood at the time, told KTLA 5.

“A crazy Hollywood night on a Friday night,” Garcia said.

Sunset Boulevard was blocked off between Gower Street and Argyle Avenue for several hours as police searched for clues.

Investigators believe the shooting was gang related.

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