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July 26, 2009

Shooting in Elkhart leaves one dead, one wounded

One man is dead and another injured after a shooting incident on G Lane of Old Farm Apartments in Elkhart Saturday.

Police originally responded to the scene at approximately 8:30 p.m. in response to a report of a loud fight with the sound of gunshots. When officers arrived on the scene, they located Noble Dennie, 29, Gary, who had been shot in the shoulder. They were then notified of another subject inside one of the apartments. Upon entering the apartment, they found Alphoso Lee James Jr., 24, Elkhart, deceased.

Dennie was interviewed by homicide detectives after being treated and released from Elkhart General Hospital. Detectives are now attempting to locate all witnesses who may have left the area before police arrived.

No arrests have yet been made, and police believe it to be an isolated incident.

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