One injured in Friday shooting, less than 24 hours after another Tallahassee shooting

Tallahassee police are investigating a Friday afternoon shooting in the Frenchtown neighborhood that injured one adult male.

The man, who had a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the leg, attempted to flee the scene in 1100 block of Old Bainbridge Road when Tallahassee Police Department officers and EMS arrived, according to a release from TPD.

The man was not forthcoming with information regarding the shooting. No arrests have been made as of Friday afternoon.

The incident put Raa Middle School on a brief lockout status, meaning that exterior gates around the campus were locked and classes proceeded as normal.

The Old Bainbridge shooting comes less than 24 hours after a shooting Thursday afternoon in the area of Lakeshore Drive and I-10. A man reported his vehicle was hit by gunfire multiple times, according to a Leon County Sheriff's Office spokesperson. No one was injured.

No details regarding motive or intended targets were available as of Friday.

So far this year, two people were killed and 12 were injured in at least 18 shooting incidents in Tallahassee and Leon County, according to a Tallahassee Democrat analysis.

This article originally appeared on Tallahassee Democrat: Tallahassee records two shootings in less than 24 hours