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Tiroteo en Amarillo deja un hombre muerto

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La persona encontrada muerta en una casa de Amarillo después de un tiroteo la noche de ayer ha sido identificada.

El fallecido fue identificado como Leonard Torres de 26 años

El tiroteo ocurrió poco antes de la medianoche en el bloque 1618 al sur de la calle Arthur.

 Funcionarios informan que la mujer que llamo y su novio, regresaron a casa para encontrar a varios desconocidos en ella, luego hubo disparos.

Las autoridades encontraron a el novio con heridas de bala, no amenazantes de vida, y encontraron también a Torres muerto en el interior de la casa.

 Ningún otro sospechoso fue encontrado en ese momento.

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