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Douglas County Shooting Suspect Surrenders

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Douglas County deputies say a shooting suspect who eluded authorities for about 24 hours has turned himself in. 

Douglas County Sheriff Ron Pierini says Gary Wilson surrendered around 3:45pm in the Topaz Ranch Estates area. The incident was peaceful.

Deputies say Wilson was involved in a shooting Thursday afternoon in the Topaz Ranch Estates area.

Wilson is currently being transported to the Douglas County Jail and will be charged with attempted murder with the use of a deadly weapon, among other charges.

 

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