Black Friday shoppers turn violent: 4 people shot, 2 dead across the nation

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Black Friday violence claimed the lives of two people, while two others were hospitalized after being shot.

Each shooting happened outside stores where early Black Friday shoppers were lining up.

A fight over a parking space ended with murder in Reno, Nevada.

A 33-year-old man was shot and killed outside a Walmart store.

Police ended up finding and arresting those involved in that case.

In New Jersey, a 20-year-old man was killed and his 26-year-old brother was shot in the leg outside a Macy’s store.

The bullet-riddled vehicle sat surrounded by police tape and shell casings at the Hamilton Mall in South Jersey.

Shoppers told CBS Philly, “It’s sad. We’ve been doing this, me and my girls, for probably about ten years now, just for the fun of going out–a girls night and trying to get some special sales, and it’s getting scary now.”

And in Memphis, Tennessee, police arrested three people after a man was shot outside Wolfchase Galleria Mall around 11:15 Thanksgiving night.

Police are still searching for that gunman, who fired several shots then took off in a red Ford Mustang.

According to WREG, police first thought no one was injured, but one man later checked himself into Memphis’ Baptist Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound.