WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Warren police are investigating a shooting where three people were shot, one of whom was killed. It happened early Friday morning on Maryland Street NW.

As detectives continue to investigate the city’s third homicide this year, two mothers are speaking out and saying they want the violence to stop.

It was just after 2:10 a.m. when calls reporting a shooting at the Warren Heights apartment complex began flooding the Trumbull County 911 center.

Caller: “Someone got shot.”
Dispatcher: “OK, we have help on the way. How many people are shot? A single person ?
Caller: “Two or three right now. We need, we need two or three ambulances right now.

Caller: “They’re getting in a car right now and driving off.”

Caller: “Hey, hey, come to Warren Heights.”
Dispatcher: “OK, we are. Do you know if anyone is hit?
Caller: “Yeah, I’m touched. I am touched.”

Detectives say two men were found injured in a parking lot on Maryland Avenue NW. The windows of two cars were knocked out.

A 19-year-old woman was killed. Police have yet to release his identity.

“It’s very heartbreaking. It has to be another solution instead of shooting,” said Honeya Price, a concerned mother

Price is a mother of Warren concerned about the violence in the city. She has grandchildren who live in Warren Heights.

“It really concerns me. At 7am this morning my son woke me up and told me it was a shooting and a young woman had been murdered here and they had heard the shots” , Price said.

Price’s friend, Josie Freeman, knows all too well the pain associated with this type of tragedy. Freeman’s son, grandson, and nephew all lost their lives to gun violence.

“It’s just bad here. I don’t know if they think the guns are toys and they’ll be fine next week or whatever. I mean, it’s death, you know, and it just has to stop,” Freeman said.

“My message would be, let’s just talk. Let’s lower the weapons. Let’s try to get along,” Price said.

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Warren Police are asking anyone with information about the shooting to call the Criminal Investigations Division.