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The lawyer for a man charged with murder in the August shooting death of a Lancaster 17-year-old said it was an accidental shooting in court Thursday. The attorney argued the suspects' car was shot at first. But prosecutors say there is no verification that the people involved were shot at by others in another vehicle. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
The lawyer for a man charged with murder in the August shooting death of a Lancaster 17-year-old said it was an accidental shooting in court Thursday. The attorney argued the suspects' car was shot at first. But prosecutors say there is no verification that the people involved were shot at by others in another vehicle. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

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