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Columbia Police Department releases name of shooting victim
Donte Sangster, 28, shot in the neck and flown to UofL Hospital, where he is listed in critical condition. Michael Ed Dial is with police and is cooperating with investigation, police say. NEXT EARLIER ARTICLE, this story: Shooting incident on Church Street updated by Larry Smith
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By Ofc. Josh Brockman Public Information Officer
Columbia Police Department, Chief, Jason Cross
Columbia Police Department is currently investigating an incident that resulted in one man being shot.
The incident occurred at 200 Church Street when 28-year-old Donte Sangster went to the home of 46-year-old Micheal Ed Dial.
During the encounter Sangster was shot in the neck and he was flown to University of Louisville and is currently in critical condition.
Micheal Ed Dial is with officers but not under arrest and is cooperative with the investigation.
Police Chief Cross is on scene along with multiple Columbia Police Department Officers and Adair County Deputy Sheriffs.
The investigation is being handled by CPD Sgt. JR. Murphy.
More will be released at a later time as investigation allows.
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