Police in Springfield say a woman who one of seven people shot at a house party on West College has died from her injuries.
Investigators say Delmarie Bailey, who was from Arkansas, was in critical condition since that time.
There were four women and three men who were taken to the hospital.
Police are still investigating and are asking anyone who has information about the shooting to call the Springfield Police Department.
(Information provided by the Springfield Police Department)
On December 23, 2018 at approximately 3:36 a.m., Springfield police officers were dispatched to 1042 W. College regarding several subjects who had been shot at a party at that location. When officers arrived, they found two victims with apparent gunshot wounds. Officers immediately began life-saving measures and the two victims were transported to the hospital.
Officers were then dispatched to both Mercy Hospital and Cox Hospital emergency rooms as more victims who had been shot arrived needing medical attention. Officers identified five additional victims who had been shot at 1042 W. College. At that time four females and three male victims of the shooting had been identified.
Delmarie E. Bailey, a 42-year-old female from West Memphis, Arkansas, required immediate surgery upon arrival at the hospital the morning of the shooting and has been in critical condition since that time. Bailey succumbed to her injuries and died at a local hospital today, January 17, 2019. Next-of-kin notifications have been made for the victim.
Detectives continue to investigate and are asking anyone who has information about this incident to contact the Springfield Police Department at 417-864-1810 or make an anonymous call to Crime Stoppers at 417-869-TIPS (8477)