Louisville Shooting Leaves Five Dead, Police Investigating Other Homicides in 2024

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The city of Louisville has experienced a concerning surge in homicides over the past four years. While many of these cases have been resolved, others remain under investigation by law enforcement agencies.

In 2023, Louisville saw at least 118 homicides, including a tragic shooting in April at Old National Bank in downtown Louisville that claimed the lives of five individuals. In the aftermath of the shooting, the perpetrator was killed by law enforcement officers.

Moving into 2024, local law enforcement, including the Louisville Metro Police, continues to investigate homicides in the region. The Courier Journal diligently tracks these cases, providing detailed information to memorialize the victims and keep the public informed of developments.

As part of this effort, the Courier Journal offers a list of reported homicides, along with additional details about the cases and the law enforcement response. Furthermore, the public is encouraged to contribute to this memorialization by sharing anecdotes or photos of the victims.

When it comes to sharing information about homicides, individuals can contact the Louisville Metro Police’s anonymous tip line at 502-574-LMPD (5673) or submit information online at the provided website.

One specific incident involves a man who tragically passed away after sustaining a gunshot wound in the Portland neighborhood earlier this year. The authorities are actively investigating this case, with no known suspects at this time.

As Louisville continues to grapple with the impact of these homicides, the community remains committed to seeking justice for the victims and their families and bringing perpetrators to account for their actions.