Four people were killed and one wounded in four Denver shootings over a roughly 24-hour period between early Sunday and Monday morning. Police have not said if investigators believe any of the shootings, which happened across the city and included a double-slaying at a party, are connected. Authorities have not named of any of those killed. An arrest was made in one of the cases.Between January and March of 2014, there were seven homicides in Denver. So far this year there have been 12, according to data gathered by The Denver Post. Denver police said they plan to address the slayings at some point on Monday, though they did not say when or how.In the wake of the violence, Denver activist Jeff Fard, known as Brother Jeff, said he has organized a community and police meeting on Monday night at the department’s District 2 station. “This is an emergency meeting that I have called,” he said. “The goal is to work on collaboration with law enforcement and get the actual data and information about the multiple shootings.”Fard said he worked with the district commander to organize the event and hopes it will be a way to start tackling the problem of gun violence in the city with a new approach.”People are talking a lot about the four deaths that have taken place in the 24-hour period, but the reality is there have been multiple shootings occurring almost every night in northeast Denver,” he said.The meeting is set to happen at the district station at 3921 Holly St. at 6:30 p.m. Gunfire began erupting in the city on Sunday just after midnight when two men were killed at an apartment complex in Denver’s Lowry neighborhood. Police responded to the shooting outside the Lex at Lowry apartment complex on the 200 block of South Monaco Parkway at about 12:40 a.m., officials said.A Denver police crime lab on scene of a fatal shooting investigation in the 3400 block of Race Street, early March 16, 2015. (7NEWS)Neighbors said a large party was going on at a recreation room in one of the seven-story buildings when … – Click Here To Visit Article Source