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Domestic Dispute Leads to East Side Shooting

Domestic Dispute Leads to East Side Shooting

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A Springfield man is under arrest following an early morning shooting on Sunday.

Police say Mark E. Ramsey, 56, of the 3400 block of South College, allegedly fired several rounds into a Springfield Housing Authority complex on east Mason around 3:00 Sunday morning causing damage.

No one was injured, police say it was a domestic disturbance. Ramsey faces a number of weapons charges plus criminal damage to property.

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