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Published: Monday, May 12, 2014, 1:53 p.m.

Neighborhood dispute in Lewis County ends in death

SALKUM — A 28-year-old man who was upset over the shooting of a neighborhood dog was shot and killed in a confrontation with a 56-year-old resident in the Lewis County town of Salkum.
Deputies were told the 28-year-old accused the other man of shooting the dog Saturday night, yelling and refusing to leave.
The 56-year-old armed himself and shot the younger man in a fight. He was pronounced dead at Providence Centralia Hospital.
Deputies believe he had gone to the wrong home in error. The 56-year-old cooperated with investigators and was not arrested.
It’s unknown who shot the dog, which is still alive.
Story tags » HomicideAnimalsLewis County

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