1 dead, 3 hospitalized after Manhattan shooting

MANHATTAN, Kansas (AP) — One person has been taken into custody after an early morning shooting in Manhattan left one person dead and three others hospitalized.

The Riley County Police Department said the shooting happened around 4:10 a.m. Sunday at an apartment complex. Police reassured the public that there didn’t appear to be “any further danger.” Anyone with information was urged to call Manhattan/Riley County Crime Stoppers.

No other details were immediately released, including the name of the victim or the person who was arrested.

 

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