Louisville shooting at Old National Bank: Five victims, high homicide rate in Jefferson County

Louisville, Kentucky – Louisville has experienced a concerning rise in homicides over the past few years, with many cases still under investigation by law enforcement. In 2023, the city recorded at least 118 homicides, including a tragic shooting at Old National Bank in downtown Louisville, where five people lost their lives. The shooter was ultimately killed by police.

In 2024, Louisville Metro Police and other departments are already looking into at least one homicide. The Courier Journal actively monitors the cases reported to memorialize victims, track the progress of investigations, and keep the public informed. The community can also contribute by sharing stories and photos of the victims to honor their memory.

If anyone has information regarding a homicide in Louisville, they are encouraged to reach out to the Louisville Metro Police anonymous tip line at 502-574-LMPD (5673) or provide information online at the specified website.

One particular incident occurred on January 1st when a man was found suffering from a gunshot wound in the Portland neighborhood and later pronounced dead at the scene. The homicide unit of the Louisville Metro Police is actively investigating the incident, with no known suspects at this time.

The alarming increase in homicides in Louisville is a concerning trend that local law enforcement and communities are actively working to address. It is essential for the public to be aware of the situation and be proactive in sharing any pertinent information while supporting the efforts of law enforcement to bring justice to the victims and their families.