Man In Serious Condition After Shooting On McKinnie Avenue (PHOTOS)

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By Alex Miller - 21Alive

Man In Serious Condition After Shooting On McKinnie Avenue (PHOTOS)

August 26, 2013 Updated Aug 26, 2013 at 10:35 AM EST

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (21Alive) -- Fort Wayne Police say a man is in serious condition after he was shot multiple times Sunday night.

First responders were called to a home on the 3700 block of McKinnie Avenue just before midnight. They found the victim, Marquis Williams, sitting on the front stoop of the home suffering from bullet wounds to the left hip and right lower leg.

Williams told police that the person who shot him brought their own gun and stole his.

He was transported to a nearby hospital in serious condition.

Police say they found a .40 caliber shell casing, $20 bill, and a black sports style glove laying in the street. A red towel, pair of shoes and red stained white t-shirt with what appeared to be a bullet hole in the left back were also found.

Investigators executed a search warrant of the home. Blood was found on the landing in front of the front door and a bullet hole was found in the door frame. Red stain smear patterns were found in the living room and continued into the hallway where another bullet hole was found.

Police say they found a shoe box under a small child's bed that had four separate plastic baggies with 309.3 grams (10.9 ounces) of a "green leafy substance".

No arrests have been made in this incident.




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