Winnipeg Free Press - ONLINE EDITION
Posted: 02/17/2013 10:05 AM
Police have arrested a suspect in connection with a multiple shooting three weeks ago that left three men injured.
On Jan. 27, police were called to the 700-block of William Avenue responding to a report three men were suffering from gunshot wounds.
They were told the three had been at a house party in the 100-block of Keewatin Avenue when a verbal argument turned violent.
The suspect was reported to have pulled out a firearm and shot all three men in the lower body.
On Saturday, police located a suspect at a home in northeast Winnipeg and arrested him without incident, they reported.
Marlin Marshall Nevins, 36, faces several firearms-related charges.
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