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Wednesday, 12 June 2013 15:43

Arrest made in Highland shooting

Wednesday, the St. Louis Circuit Attorney announced charges against a suspect in one Tuesday night shooting.

Davonta Coleman faces several charges after allegedly shooting six people outside of a north St. Louis home around 10:30 Tuesday night. The victims told police that two cars stopped in front of the house and Coleman got out of one vehicle and started shooting.

The incident could be the result of a dispute between two families, but the investigation continues. 

 

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17 people were hit by gunfire during one of the most violent nights in recent memory of St. Louis.

Over a five hour period that spanned Monday night into early Tuesday morning, gunshots rang out in seven separate incidents. The youngest victim in the shootings, a 13-year-old.

Police have not announced any connection between the shootings.

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St. Louis County Prosecutors believe they have the man responsible for a series of armed robberies in North County this year in custody.

20-year-old Joshua Crosby faces several charges for the break in that started in February. Crosby allegedly robbed a Dollar General in North County then robbed a woman behind the store. Police connected Crosby to the crime using evidence from a series of other street crimes in the area.

Crosby was arrested in late February.

 

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