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More on Marion Co. shooting

By Stevie Lowery, The Lebanon Enterprise

A Lebanon man is in jail after allegedly shooting a woman in the head on Sunday evening. State police said the victim died from her injuries Tuesday afternoon. According to KSP, the shooting occurred at approximately 8:48 p.m., Sunday evening, April 5, on Clear Creek Road in the Raywick community. KSP Post 15 was contacted by the Marion County 911 Center to respond to a complaint involving Timothy Mays, 48, of Lebanon who was in violation of his KY EPO/DVO by showing up at the petitioner's residence. When KSP Troopers arrived they discovered that Nina Devonne Hunt, 42, of Raywick had been assaulted, and had a single gunshot wound to her head.

Full article at lebanonenterprise.com




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