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One killed, one injured in west Lawton shooting

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One man was shot to death, and another wounded at an apartment in northwest Lawton this Friday afternoon.

Officers were called out to Avendale Pointe Apartments on Northwest 52nd Street after residents heard gunshots.
When police arrived, they found Malcolm Shrubbs, who they believe was in his 20's, dead inside one of the units.  They also found another black male an unidentified teen who was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay.
Authorities have not released a motive for the shooting or how Shrubbs and the teen knew one another.
At this point, they have not identified a possible suspect.
The shooting is still under investigation.

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