Police arrest Davenport man shot Monday


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Originally Posted Online: March 26, 2013, 2:28 pm
Last Updated: March 26, 2013, 7:07 pm
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A Davenport man was treated at Genesis East Campus, Davenport, and released after being shot Monday night in the 600 block of W. 63rd St., Davenport.

About 11:15 p.m., Monday, the Davenport Police Department responded to a call of a fight and shots fired in the area. Officers arrived and found Antwan Davon Wright, 26, with a single non-life threatening gunshot wound.

After he was taken to Genesis East for treatment and was released, he was arrested on an outstanding warrant for domestic assault impeding air/blood causing injury, and for domestic abuse assault resulting in bodily injury related to a Saturday incident, according to the release.

He also was charged with assault with injury as a result of the Monday incident.

The Monday incident remains under investigation by the Davenport Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division.



















 



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