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Anthony Cloud|Daily NewsPineville police responded to an apparent gunshot at the Wilderness Trail Manor, also known as the High Rise, in Pineville. Det. Kevin Goodin said a male had a gunshot wound to the head. No one else was found in the apartment. The man was still alive when Bell County EMS transported him to Pineville Community Hospital. The man's name was not released. Goodin and Officer James Taulbee responded to the incident. The incident remains under investigation.
Anthony Cloud|Daily NewsPineville police responded to an apparent gunshot at the Wilderness Trail Manor, also known as the High Rise, in Pineville. Det. Kevin Goodin said a male had a gunshot wound to the head. No one else was found in the apartment. The man was still alive when Bell County EMS transported him to Pineville Community Hospital. The man's name was not released. Goodin and Officer James Taulbee responded to the incident. The incident remains under investigation.
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Anthony Cloud|Daily News


Pineville police responded to an apparent gunshot at the Wilderness Trail Manor, also known as the High Rise, in Pineville. Det. Kevin Goodin said a male had a gunshot wound to the head. No one else was found in the apartment. The man was still alive when Bell County EMS transported him to Pineville Community Hospital. The man’s name was not released. Goodin and Officer James Taulbee responded to the incident. The incident remains under investigation.

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