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Police respond to incident on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive

Police responded to a call at the 200 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Drive. 

(AP)
Posted on June 28, 2014 at 11:33 p.m.

Elkhart Police Department responded to a call Saturday, June 28, night to a gunshot incident at the 200 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. 

A male subject was involved, and the incident was non-life threatening, according to Laura Koch, assistant police chief. Paramedics were present. 

The subject was taken to Elkhart General Hospital, according to Elkhart City Dispatch.  

Elkhart City police was the only unit responding to the scene. 


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