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Turtle Creek man accused of shooting a man in North Braddock is arrested

Michael DiVittorio
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A Turtle Creek man has been arrested who was wanted on attempted homicide and other charges for allegedly shooting a North Braddock man earlier this week.

Davion Fullard, 34, was taken into custody by Allegheny County police along Electric Avenue in North Braddock on Friday night.

He’s charged with aggravated assault, attempted homicide, carrying a firearm without a license, receiving stolen property, recklessly endangering another person and illegaly possessing a gun.

Charges stem from an incident shortly before midnight on Wednesday, July 17 along the 1500 block of Electric Avenue.

Police and EMS responded to the area that night and found a 38-year-old man who had been shot multiple times.

He was transported to a local hospital and was last listed in critical condition.

County police said a gun was recovered at the scene. Investigators learned the victim had an altercation with another man prior to the shooting, and a second fight occurred between two women in the same area.

Fullard was to be taken to the Allegheny County Jail in Pittsburgh. No further information was immediately available.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Michael at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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