Four suspected gang members were hospitalized today with leg wounds believed to have been inflicted by gang rivals in a shooting in South Los Angeles, police said.
The shooting at 103rd Street and South Main Street took place around 8:50 p.m. Monday, said Sgt. William Segee, a watch commander at the Los Angeles Police Department's Southeast Station.
The four victims, who are in their 30s or 40s, were hospitalized with wounds not considered life-threatening, Segee said, adding that they and the gunmen are believed to belong to rival gangs.
Anyone with information on the shooting was urged to call the LAPD's Southeast Station at (213) 972-7828.