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Youngstown police investigate weekend shooting death

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - The victim of a weekend shooting on Youngstown's east side has died.

Detectives tell 21 News that 39-year-old William A. McClain passed away after being wounded during a fight outside 1365 East High Avenue on Saturday.

Investigators also found a silver Jeep Grand Cherokee with several bullet holes parked nearby.

Police are still investigating the shooting and no one has been arrested at this time.

 

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