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Suspect arrested following shooting on Orange Street

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/13/2014

A Mansfield man is behind bars for an early morning shooting on the city's east side. Shaqkeim Lloyd, 19, was arrested Thursday and charged with felonious assault.

According to a police report, Reginald Scott, 31, was shot in the shoulder at 12:18 a.m. in an alley near Belcher's House of Rock at 185 Orange St.

The police report states Lloyd got into an altercation with Scott in the alley. During the altercation Lloyd allegedly pulled a gun and shot Scott. Lloyd fled the scene and was later arrested in the 100 block of Crouse Street.

Police also arrested a second suspect, a 23-year-old woman at an address in the 200 block of Beymiller Street. Police discovered she had an active warrant out of Mansfield Municipal Court and she was taken to jail.

The victim was taken to MedCentral Mansfield Hospital and later transferred.

   
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