Another violent weekend in Harrisburg with two shootings in the same area within 24 hours.
One of them was deadly, marking the city's fifth homicide of the year.
Both shootings happened on the same street corner. A 20-year-old man was killed Saturday night. Then, just 24 hours later on the same corner, another man was shot.
Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick says Robert Burris was shot once in the back of the head
“It's what we term a distant wound, means it wasn't very close, sort of a drive-by type shooting,” Hetrick explained.
Burris died shortly after being rushed to the hospital Saturday evening.
Sunday, Justin Clark and Jonathan Ramsey were charged with his homicide. Clark is 17, but is charged as an adult.
Burris was shot on the corner of 14th and Vernon Street, in the city's Allison Hill neighborhood.
Just 24 hours later, on Sunday, another shooting as another male was shot on the same corner. He's expected to survive.
“The only thing I can say, this is five homicides in three months in the city,” Hetrick addressed.
“I think we are concentrating on wrong problems, the debate centered around guns, I think we have to center around values and how people value human life.”
Mayor Linda Thompson agrees. “I have stood at this microphone over and over again and called for moral foundation,” Thompson addressed.
It's why they are bringing back the Neighborhood Safe Zone, this week in the Bellevue area, next week in the Derry Street area.