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Man hospitalized after being shot multiple times

LAWTON, Okla._An arrest has been after a shooting Saturday night on Lawton's Northwest side, that sent one man to the hospital.

It happened near 13th and Taylor after midnight. Police say Joseph Zdyb got home and noticed a strange car parked outside. Police say that's when Edward Mallory got out of the car, and the two got into an argument. According to police, Zdyb went inside the home, got a gun and fired several shots at Mallory.

Police say after shooting at Mallory, Zdyb called 911 and told the dispatcher that he had just shot someone. Neighbors say about 7 shots rang out and somehow Mallory made it all the way to 12th and Taylor at the end of the block. When police arrived, Mallory was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was rushed to Comanche County Memorial Hospital where he underwent surgery.

Zdyb, and a witness who also lives in the home where the shooting happened, were taken to the police station for questioning. Police say that is when they placed Zdyb under arrest for shooting with intent to kill. He was booked into the Lawton City Jail. Police continued to gather evidence into the daylight hours, including taking swabs from vehicles in the driveway.

At last check, Mallory was still in the hospital, the severity of his injuries is unknown.

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