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Suspects sought in Cabarrus shooting where one man died

The Concord Police Department is seeking help in their investigation of a shooting on Ervin Avenue early on the morning of July 11.
Four people were shot at an “after party” following a party at a local nightclub. Keyarre Daunta Miller, 20, of Concord was killed. His address was listed as 632 Concord Chase Circle, Concord.
Those injured were Echo Latoya Rice, 21, of 3126 Chapwin Circle N.W., Concord, treated at Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte; Troy Raynard Alexander, 29, 2717 Golf Ball Circle, Concord, treated and released at CMC-NorthEast; Tracy Dewayne Andrews Jr., 24, 9008 McMillan Drive, Harrisburg, treated at CMC-NorthEast in Concord.
According to a press release from Capt. Gary Hatley, as word of the Ervin Avenue party was passed on as the local nightclub closed, more people from neighboring towns who also had been at the nightclub learned of the party and went to Ervin Avenue. This created a large crowd of what witnesses estimated to have been at least 100 people.
Witnesses said a couple of people got into an argument that caused a fight in the street. During the fight, several individuals pulled firearms and began shooting randomly in the air and into the crowd.
The Concord Police have tentatively identified a number of shooters. More witnesses are being interviewed. Forensic evidence has also been gathered and being submitted to the SBI for analysis.
Investigators are also awaiting autopsy results from the Medical Examiner’s Office.
No arrests have been made.
If anyone has information that will help the police in this investigation, please call Cabarrus Area CRIMESTOPPERS at 704-93CRIME, or Concord Police Department at 704- 920-5000.

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