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Police investigate second homicide of the year

LAWTON, Okla._Police are investigating Lawton's second homicide of the year after a double shooting occurred at 614 Southwest Roosevelt Avenue. The shooting happened around 2:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.

The male we are told was killed due injuries sustained in the shooting and died shortly after being transported to the hospital. However, the female is expected to make a full recovery.

Just before our 10 o'clock newscast, police released the names of the two victims: Kelly Huffmaster and Karl Huffmaster, but they did not disclose the relationship between the two.

Police have offered few details surrounding the shootings. They are still working to gather evidence and interview witnesses, and they have yet to identify any suspects.

One witness said she came out of her home and saw a man lying on the ground with a gunshot wound to the side and a woman had a gunshot wound to the hand. Another neighbor said the area is normally quiet, but the home does have people coming and going late at night.

We'll continue to update as information becomes available.
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