In bloody August weekend, gun violence beyond mass shootings

PHOTO: Authorities work the scene of a mass shooting, Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. PlayJohn Minchillo/AP
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It has been a bloody August weekend in the U.S., with multiple shootings reported across the country. In addition to mass shootings in Texas and Ohio, gun deaths were reported in other states, including Illinois, Virginia, Louisiana, Florida and Maryland.

PHOTO: A sign is posted near the scene of a mass shooting at a Walmart which left at least 20 people dead, Aug. 4, 2019 in El Paso, Texas. Mario Tama/Getty Images
A sign is posted near the scene of a mass shooting at a Walmart which left at least 20 people dead, Aug. 4, 2019 in El Paso, Texas.

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In El Paso, at least 20 people were killed and dozens more injured on Saturday morning during a massacre at a Walmart that was packed with back-to-school shoppers, making it one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, officials said. The wounded ranged in age from a 2-year-old child to an 82-year-old victim.

The suspect was identified by authorities as Patrick Crusius, 21, of Allen, Texas. He is being held on a charge of capital murder, court records show.

Less than 15 hours later, in Dayton, at least nine people were killed and 27 injured after a gunman wearing body armor and wielding an AK-47-style assault rifle opened fire in in the bustling Oregon District of Dayton, Mayor Nan Whaley told ABC News.

PHOTO: Shoes are piled outside the scene of a mass shooting including Ned Peppers bar, Aug. 4, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. Several people in Ohio have been killed in the second mass shooting in the U.S. in less than 24 hours. John Minchillo/AP
Shoes are piled outside the scene of a mass shooting including Ned Peppers bar, Aug. 4, 2019, in Dayton, Ohio. Several people in Ohio have been killed in the second mass shooting in the U.S. in less than 24 hours.

The suspected shooter was shot and killed by responding officers "in less than a minute" after opening fire, Whaley said. Police said they were only aware of one shooter.

But those shootings, which rocked the nation, were not the only incidents of gun violence.

In Chicago at least three people have been killed and 37 more injured since Friday evening in shootings within city limits, including 22 people shot Sunday in less than four hours, the Chicago Sun-Times reported

On Friday, military officials announced that a Navy sailor had been shot and killed after fleeing a traffic stop on Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek in Virginia Beach, Virginia, according to the Associated Press.

An infant in Shreveport, Louisiana, was shot and killed Saturday in a drive-by shooting, according to the ABC News affiliate KATC. Shreveport Police said a vehicle drove by and began shooting into a home, striking the one-month-old girl, who was pronounced dead.

In Maryland, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office said on Saturday, officers responded to a call that a 42-year-old southern Maryland man had shot and killed his in-laws. Police said relatives arrived and the suspect Mark Hughes then shot at an 11-year-old boy, who fled the scene and was later treated for injuries that were not life-threatening, and then Hughes fled himself.

Hughes was later found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the sheriff's office.

A few hours later in Florida, Pinellas County Sheriff deputies shot and killed a 35-year-old man after police said he had pointed a 12-guage shotgun at them. The man was a suspect in the fatal shooting of his mother, according to the sheriff's office.