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UPDATE: Covington Teen Arrested In Florence Murder

Update: Florence Police say the victim who was shot on Canterbury Court is deceased.

He has been identified as Travis T. Webster, 21, of Elsmere.

When police arrived on the scene, they found Webster in the parking lot.

Meanwhile, Erlanger police recieved a call about a juvenile going door to door on Karlenia Court in Erlanger asking people to call the police because he shot someone in Florence. Police believe the suspect drove the victims car to Erlanger.

That juvenile, of Covington, has now been charged with murder, robbery and tampering with evidence.

Previously:

Police in two neighborhoods are investigating a shooting.

Florence police are looking into a shooting at an apartment around 5 a.m. on Canterbury Court, not far from Industrial Road.  The victim's condition is unknown at this time.

We're also hearing a juvenile suspect was arrested in a neighborhood in Erlanger, but it's unclear right now if the suspect is involved in the Florence shooting. There is a Florence officer at the Erlanger police station speaking with the juvenile.

Right now, the juvenile is only charged with disorderly conduct.

FOX19 is gathering information and will bring you the latest as we get it.

 

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