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Campbellsville man dead from gunshot wound

By Larry J. Smith, general manager, Big Dawg

A Campbellsville man was murdered Tuesday night. Campbellsville Police responded to 102 Hill Street in Campbellsville in reference to an individual with a gunshot wound.

Once officers arrived on scene, they discovered a 27-year-old male who was deceased from a suspected gunshot wound. The shooter fled the scene.

The male was identified as James Micheal Carman, 27, of Campbellsville. Carmen was pronounced deceased at the scene by the Taylor County Coroner Daniel Cook.

The shooter has not been arrested but Campbellsville Police have obtained a warrant and are expecting to make an arrest.

The investigation is being conducted by Campbellsville Police Det./Sgt. Nelson Bishop.

Campbellsville Police was assisted at the scene by Campbellsville Fire, Campbellsville Taylor County EMS, and Taylor County Coroner's Office.

This story was posted on 2020-07-22 18:11:59
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