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Argument sparks shooting on 20th Street, cops say

Crime-Scene-Tape-250x2503June 27, 2015 Staff Report

A 37-year man was shot in front of a 20th Street house this morning, according to police.

Two men got into an argument outside 20-32 20th Street at about 1:50 am and the victim was shot.  The victim was transported to an area hospital and was not seriously injured, according to police.

The police spokesman did not know at the time of publication whether the men knew one another or lived on the street.

The police said that they had made no arrests and the victim has been uncooperative.



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