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Man recently released from prison, accused of shooting

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An Elkhart man was arrested for allegedly shooting two men, after being released from prison for murder.

Police were called to the Eagles Lodge in Elkhart, in April, on reports of gunshots.

When they arrived, they found a man who had been shot in the legs inside the building.

The other man was found outside, with gunshot wounds to the chest and arm.

One of the victims identified 28-year-old Dentrell Brown as the shooter.

The Elkhart Truth reports that Brown had been serving a 60-year sentence for the 2008 murder of Gerald Wenger.

Brown was recently released.

His trial date is set for January 9.

You can go here for the original story from The Elkhart Truth.

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2 comments

John Stockman June 18, 2022 at 11:42 am

Time warp apparently. 60 years went by in only 14.

“had been serving a 60-year sentence for the 2008 murder of Gerald Wenger. Brown was recently released.”

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Charles U Farley June 19, 2022 at 11:21 am

We need to stop letting violent criminals out early, if we let them out at all. If a lifetime of incarceration is too much of a burden on the taxpayer, bullets are cheap. Sometimes it’s best just to put the rabid dogs down.

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