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Two men may have been responsible for each other's deaths


April 21, 2017

Kevin Wilson

Clovis police responded Thursday morning to a report of a shooting near Martin Luther King Boulevard, north of Seventh Street. Officers found a 43-year-old man unresponsive in an apartment, and attempts to resuscitate were unsuccessful. On the way to the scene, police also discovered a car in a ditch near the intersection of MLK and Aspen Street. In the car was a 30-year-old male with no signs of life.

CLOVIS — The two men Clovis police found dead early Thursday morning may have been responsible for the deaths of each other, Police Chief Doug Ford said.

“That’s a possibility,” Ford said. “We still have additional witnesses to interview...

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