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Army CID and FBI investigating shooting at Liberty Village Housing

FORT HOOD, TX (KXXV) - The shooting that occurred at the Liberty Village Housing area on Fort Hood Tuesday night is being investigated by special agents from the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command and the FBI, according to a release from the Army Criminal Investigation Command.

The shooting happened about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at the basketball court at the Liberty Village Housing area, which is not on the main post, and is in an area where there are not gate guards. Though military police from Fort Hood do patrol the area.

The release states that a man, who is not in the military, was assaulted and then shot by someone after an argument. Following the shooting, the victim was taken by ambulance to the hospital.

Anyone who has information about this this investigation is encouraged to contact the Fort Hood Military Police at (254) 287-4001. No further information into this shooting has been released at this time.
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