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Tucson police ID man shot and killed following argument with friend
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Tucson police ID man shot and killed following argument with friend

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Tucson police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man inside a home early Wednesday.

Just after midnight, officers were sent to a residence in the 200 block of W. Blacklidge Drive, near West Fort Lowell Road and North Stone Avenue, for a shooting.

Inside the home officers found Jeffrey Ray Hunter, 55, with gunshot trauma. He was taken to Banner-University Medical Center, where he died several hours after arrival.

Detectives learned that Hunter was visiting a friend at the home when a argument occurred. Shortly after the argument, gunfire was heard.

Detectives believe other guests left prior to the police arriving.

No arrests have been made.

Anyone with information can call 88-CRIME.

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