From an article:
Sgt. Ryan Hoxmeier said the men involved in the exchange of gunfire, estimated to be 18 to 25 years old, were still at large Friday.
One group of men sped away in a car and others ran away, he said. One car involved in the shooting was left in the neighborhood, he said.
At her mobile home on Opal Drive Friday afternoon, Cortez, 23, said her nephew lives in Utah and has been visiting family in Riverside County.
Cortez said she was at work when the shooting happened, but others told her that her three nephews were playing out front at the time. At first, she said, the boys didn't understand there had been gunfire.
When the 8-year-old told the other boys he had been shot, she said, they didn't believe him. But they soon realized it was no joke, she said.
“I heard he was a brave little one,” Cortez said.
Cortez said the boy is with relatives in Moreno Valley and is expected to undergo surgery Monday to remove the bullet from his leg.
She said her nephew is too afraid to return to her house now.
“I don't even want to be here,” she said.
Bullets don't know when to stop.