Aurora Mayor Richard Irvin spoke about two recent homicides that have occurred in the city at a media briefing on Tuesday night.
Irvin began the briefing by remembering the victims.
As WSPY reported earlier this week, 20 year-old Juanya Booker of Montgomery was killed among four other victims in a shooting that occurred on Sunday. Officials said in an update that the case remains active and an investigation is ongoing.
Just before 2:30 a.m., police say 911 calls reporting shots fired and then reports of a person shot in the 700 block of Fifth Street were received. Officers responded to the scene and found three adult victims suffering from gunshot wounds.
Aurora Fire Department paramedics transported all three people to area hospitals.
As of Sunday, two victims were listed in stable condition. Police said the third victim, now identified as Booker, succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at Rush Copley Hospital.
Aurora Police officials said that 15-year-old Jasmine Noble died in a shooting that occurred on Police say they were called to a house in the 400 block of Florida Ave. around 12:20 a.m. on Sunday after receiving reports of a female who was shot inside of the home.
Irvin says he has discussed both cases at length with the Aurora Police Department.
Irvin finished by asking for three things from community members listening.
Both homicides are under investigation at this time.