Karly Wood Obituary, Death -A woman who was 20 years old and shot in north Omaha had aspirations of opening her own company. At 4:08 on Sunday morning, the address 3347 Ames Avenue was the location of a shooting that involved Karly Wood and another person. Both Wood and the other person were transported to a local medical facility.

Wood died in hospital. Six additional attendees of the gathering suffered injuries and were transported in private vehicles to local hospitals in Omaha.After she had finished working at a bar in Omaha, Heather Chastain used the website GoFundMe to set up a donation page for Wood.

Chastain stated that Wood was putting money away for both a house and a business. “Charismatic, unique, and strong” The sister of Autumn Wood is employed at Target. According to Karly’s sister, Karly had the intention of beginning a beauty company. Karly, according to Autumn Wood, “had a golden heart and was a special person.”
She stated, “I have faith that the Omaha Police Department will thoroughly investigate the shooting and ensure the safety of the public.” “An explanation is required for the families of the victims.”

2022 sees the commission of the 25th murder in Omaha. The previous high was 28 in 2018, which was set in 2018.The investigation into the shooting is still ongoing. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact the Homicide Unit of the Omaha Police Department at (402) 444-5656 or Omaha Crime Stoppers at (402) 444-STOP.

Karly’s mother, Amber Wood, stated that her daughter will graduate in the year 2020. She accurately anticipated Karly’s achievements. Amber Wood said, “She was a light for many.” [Citation needed] We have high hopes that people will remember her self-assured and determined spirit.

Tyvel Lampkin-Davis is 28 years old, Charise Coleman is 27, Shannon Jackson is 31, Roger Dollison is 25, Gilbert Ledoux is 32, and Imhotep Davis is 25. Ronald Arceneaux is 34 years old. After being taken there, Davis was taken to the trauma center at CHI Immanuel. The family of Mr. Wood was offered condolences by the Mayor, Jean Stothert.