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Back to Back Shootings Concerns

 

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Two shootings that happened hours apart last Tuesday, March 24, are a big concern for residents in the two neighborhoods, but all over the city of Monroe. The first shooting that occurred in the parking lot of Roy Shelling Elementary School on Elm St. was about an alleged altercation over a female, according to sources. As in so many instances, an alleged fight ensued, and someone produced a gun, and shots were fired. The victim that was engaged in the alleged altercation was shot in the hand and survived his wounds. Kalin Hamilton, the suspected shooter, was arrested and transferred to Oua...



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