One killed in shooting during candlelight vigil

Posted at 12:39 AM, May 11, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-12 10:16:52-04

One person has died following a shooting on Krupp Street in Buffalo.

It happened around 11 p.m. Tuesday night. According to a source, two men were shot during a candlelight vigil for another shooting on Krupp earlier this week.

Police say the man who died at the scene was 21-years-old and the other man shot is 33-years-old. 

The second victim was shot multiple times but is in "fair condition" at Erie County Medical Center according to Buffalo Police spokesman Mike DeGeorge.

Sources say before the shooting Tuesday night a fight broke out between family member of Sunday's victims. 

DeGeorge wouldn't confirm the connection between the two shootings but said police are "looking into it."

On Sunday morning, 25-year-old Darryl Rollins, went to visit his brother who lived on Krupp only to find his brother dead. Police say the man died from an apparent suicide. 

According to authorities, Rollins then shot his brother's neighbor, Miguel Richardson, because he was upset.

Richardson is listed in serious condition at ECMC.

Rollins has been charged with attempted murder and first degree assault.

Family and friends of the victims gathered at the scene on Krupp Tuesday night as police officers gathered evidence.

Buffalo Police are still gathering additional information about Tuesday night's shooting.