Memphis Shoots LIVE – Major update after suspect Ezekiel Kelly’s ‘Facebook rampage’ bans university

A GUNMAN has been arrested after allegedly shooting at several people while streaming on Facebook Live.

The Memphis Police Department has confirmed that 19-year-old Ezekiel Kelly is in custody after the suspect reportedly opened fire at multiple locations around the city Wednesday night.

In a graphic video shared on social media, the man could be seen getting out of the car as he headed out on a run filled with expletives: “This s*** is for real” before walking in went to a store and apparently a man shot without warning.

The University of Memphis has been placed under a temporary lockdown after gunfire rang out near the campus, according to an alert sent to students and faculty.

The city’s on-site placement order was lifted after Kelly’s arrest after he vandalized a vehicle, allowing police to apprehend him.

Read our memphis shooting blog for live updates…

  • Spree details

    Police say the gunman’s rampage began around 4:30 p.m. when a man was reportedly shot in the side.

    Spree then moved to a nearby gas station before the suspect moved on to other crime scenes – including a possible theft car.

    The suspect started in a blue vehicle before hijacking a gray Toyota and eventually hijacking a Dodge Challenger.

    Police eventually caught the man at Ivan and Hodge’s home in a Memphis neighborhood after the suspected gunman was involved in a car accident.

  • The arrest warrant was issued this morning

    An arrest warrant for Ezekiel Kelly was issued this morning on 2020 charges including criminal attempted murder in the first degree, aggravated assault, use of a firearm with intent to commit a crime and reckless endangerment.

  • Blocking lifted

    Memphis police confirm Ezekiel Kelly is in custody.

    The house ban order was lifted for the city.

  • Previous Fees

    The US Sun can confirm that suspect Ezekiel Kelly has been charged as of 2020 including criminal attempted murder in the first degree, aggravated assault, use of a firearm with intent to commit a crime and reckless endangerment.

    Shelby County court documents show that he pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and the other charges were dismissed.

    On April 6, 2021, Kelly was sentenced to three years in prison in the Shelby County Department of Corrections after being tried as an adult.

    He was ordered to pay fines and costs of $12,389.50 and agreed to a payment plan.

  • Suspect is injured

    Police currently have suspect Ezekiel Kelly in custody and the 19-year-old is reported to have injuries from the car accident.

  • SUSPECT IS ARRESTED

    The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office reports that Ezekiel Kelly has been arrested and is now in custody.

  • Ezekiel overturned the car

    The 19-year-old suspect reportedly crashed into a vehicle in the area near Ivan and Hodge, prompting Memphis police to advise residents to stay indoors

    At the last report, Ezekiel is still in the wrecked vehicle.

  • Distance

    Ezekiel Kelly is in a stalemate, according to WREG.

    The suspect refuses to get out of the vehicle despite being surrounded by police.

    Memphis Police say the SWAT team was contacted.

  • Ivan and Hodge

    Memphis Police say residents in the Ivan Road and Hodge Road area should stay indoors.

  • At the state border

    The DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office says Ezekiel Kelly was last sighted near Interstate 55 and Stateline Road.

    Ezekiel is reportedly on his way back to Memphis at the moment.

  • Alleged carjacking

    The gray Toyota that the suspect Ezekiel Kelly now drives is believed to have been stolen with the car.

  • Shootouts are random

    The shootings so far are believed to have been random, and there are four crime scenes in Memphis.

  • Facebook live video

    In the Facebook Live video, the man appears to enter an Autozone store before pointing a gun at someone and pulling the trigger.

    In the video, the man claims to have shot five people.

  • suspect in picture

    The Memphis Police Department has identified the suspected shooter as 19-year-old Ezekiel Kelly.

    Police are looking for suspect Ezekiel Kelly
    Police are looking for suspect Ezekiel Kelly
  • Delta Fair was locked down

    The Tennessee Delta Fair has been suspended, the fair’s Public Information Officer told FOX13.

    The fair reopened a short time later, and people were allowed to leave once Shelby County Sheriff officials were on site.

  • Suspect in a gray Toyota

    Memphis police say Ezekiel Kelly is in a gray car with an Arkansas license plate.

    “If this suspect is seen, call 911 immediately.”

  • Public transport is blocked

    MATA trolley and bus services have been suspended indefinitely while police continue to search for the suspect.

    “In lieu of the current threat announced by the Memphis Police Department regarding an active shooter in the Memphis area,” MATA said in a press release.

    “MATA’s trolley and bus services will be suspended indefinitely. MATA executives are acting with great caution and concern for the safety of their drivers and passengers.”

  • University in lockdown

    The University of Memphis went into lockdown after gunfire rang out near campus, according to a warning sent to students and faculty.

    “All the doors of the university have been locked for security reasons.”

  • Warnings to stay indoors

    Memphis residents are warned stay inside and away from the area while the police continue their investigation.

    “If you don’t need to be outside, stay inside until the issue is resolved.”

  • Possibly responsible for multiple shootings

    It is reported that suspect Ezekiel Kelly may be responsible for multiple shootings across the city.

    A man was killed in a shooting in South Memphis off South Parkway East around 4:35 p.m. and another woman was injured just moments later on Norris Road off I-240, WREG reported.

    Fox13 reported that a 24-year-old man was killed on Lyndale Avenue at 12:56 p.m.

  • suspects at large

    The US Sun contacted the Memphis Police Department, who said they were looking for the suspect.

    According to MPDThe suspect is a 19-year-old black man who was spotted driving a gray Toyota SUV.

    Police warned that the suspect was armed and dangerous.

    “We don’t have a specific location where he is now.”

  • The suspect is said to have filmed the terror

    The graphic video shows a man randomly shooting at people on Facebook Live.

    In the video, shared on social media, the man could be seen getting out of the car while going on a run filled with expletives: “This s*** is for real” before getting into one Laden went and apparently shot at a man without warning.

  • Bloody rampage

    Memphis police are responding to multiple reports of a suspect allegedly shooting multiple people during live streaming.

    Memphis police have identified the suspect as 19-year-old Ezekiel Kelly.

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