NEWPORT NEWS -- Newport News Police are working to make arrests after a violent weekend in which three people were shot, one of them didn't survive.
They have a suspect in one case - 21-year-old Daniel Lewis King, Junior. He's wanted in connection with a shooting at an apartment complex on Wesley Pond Court Sunday.
On Saturday, a 32-year-old mother was killed after she was shot in the head on Jefferson Avenue during an apparent home invasion. More on that story
Saturday night, a stray bullet hit a pastor as he sat at his desk preparing his Sunday sermon.
"(I) Looked at my hand and I saw blood in it. I said 'Oh my God, I've been shot' and then I got up and the pellet fell to the floor," he said.
Newport News Police Chief Richard Myers says he's frustrated at the crime, including the death of 71-year-Joseph Williams, who got caught in the middle of a gunfight.
"There are people who live in Newport News who know who the folks was shooting at each other when the deacon was hit back in January. If that doesn't mobilize a neighborhood and the community, what will?"
Chief Myers says it's important that people who have information come forward.
Anyone with information about any of these cases or any other crime can call Crime Line anonymously at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP