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Bozeman Shooting Victim Dies in Seattle

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The Bozeman Police Department reports a 24-year-old man shot Friday Morning outside at Bozeman house party has died.

In a press release Chief Ron Price wrote: 

"Sadly, a victim from Friday's reported shooting has passed away from his injuries. The 24 year old (sic) Bozeman area resident was being treated at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle at the time of his death. The King County Medical Examiner's Office is investigating and will be responsible for the release of further identifying information."

On Friday, 25-year-old Cody Christopher Little was arrested on two counts of attempted deliberate homicide and one count of assault with a weapon. It's not clear how the death will change Little's charges, or when new charges could be filed.

Court documents said Little got into a fist fight with another man at the party, went home, got a shotgun and returned to the party, firing the weapon three times. A witness held Little until police arrived.

Two other people were injured in the shooting. At last check, one man was in a Billings hospital in danger of losing his leg. Police said the other victim had less serious injuries.

ABC FOX MONTANA will keep you posted as we learn more.

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