Ezekiel Kelly, a 19-year-old Memphis man, went on a Wednesday night rampage.
Kelly livestreamed several shootings.
Kelly allegedly shot seven people during the rampage, leaving four dead and three injured.
In addition to the shootings, Kelly has been accused of multiple other crimes.
Police stated he is suspected of having conducted two carjackings, with his rampage covering eight different crime scenes.
After the shootings were livestreamed, a massive manhunt was conducted.
Kelly was eventually apprehended and taken into custody.
According to reports, police were finally able to capture Kelly after he crashed a car near Ivan Road and Hodge Road.
Kelly was previously charged with attempted first-degree murder but pleaded the charges down to aggravated assault in 2021.
After being sentenced to three years in prison, he was released after serving only 11 months.
Less than six months later, he went on this rampage.
Mayor Strickland stated, "If Mr. Kelly served his full three-year sentence, he would still be in prison today and four of our fellow citizens would still be alive.
"These evil actions show why truth in sentencing is a must, and we should do all we can to make our city safe.
"We must unite around this principle and stand up to the challenge of violent crime in our city."
Perhaps Pennsylvania voters should keep this rampage in mind as they decide between Mehmet Oz and John Fetterman, who has openly stated he would like to give many violent felons a second chance.
This is what happens when you let killers back on the street.
Source: Fox News