Victim shot on Genesee St. involved in 2015 Boys & Girls Club shooting
Rochester, N.Y. - Rochester Police are searching for suspects after four people were shot on the City of Rochester's west side Wednesday night.
One of those four victims has ties to the August 2015 mass shooting outside the Boys & Girls Club.
According to Rochester Police, four people were shot Wednesday night near Genesee Street and Kirkland Road.
Those victims were 33-year-old Quartermaine Titus, 27-year-old Samuel Maxwell, 32-year-old Russell Brown, and 34-year-old Jarvis Porter.
Titus was arrested on weapons charges after the mass shooting outside the Boys & Girls Club. Titus was accused of shooting back at the car involved in the drive-by shooting that killed three people and injured three others.
The shooting that day in 2015 happened a half mile south of where Titus was shot Wednesday night.
Titus, Porter and Brown were all shot in the lower body. Maxwell was shot in the upper body.
All four were treated at Strong Memorial Hospital and discharged.
Rochester Police said this is an active investigation. Police said they do not have "any evidence to link the mass shooting from 2015 to the shooting that occurred [Wednesday] night."
No arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 423-9300.
Seven people were shot Thursday in Rochester. Two teens were hurt in the afternoon after a shooting on 4th Street, and another individual was found with multiple gunshot wounds on Norfolk Street.