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One shooting victim released; Coffeyville PD continues to investigate

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Updated September 4, 2013 - RELEASE ISSUED SEPTEMBER 4, 2013 BY THE COFFEYVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

In an update to this attached media release, the Coffeyville Police Department has been notified that one of the victims, Joseph Cardillo, has been released from the hospital.  The second victim, who identified himself as Damien Illaodo, remains hospitalized in a Joplin area hospital.

Charges have been filed against Robert Jay Bocook, including four counts of attempted first degree murder, criminal damage to property, criminal possession of a firearm by a felon, and unlawful discharge of a firearm.

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Posted September 2, 2013 - NEWS RELEASE ISSUED SEPTEMBER 1, 2013 BY THE COFFEYVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT

On September 1st, 2013, at 5:38 pm the Coffeyville Police Department responded to the Sonic Drive-In located at 802 W. 11th Street to investigate a shooting. Upon arrival, officers discovered that 30 year-old Joseph Cardillo, of Girard KS, and 24 year-old Damien Illaodo, of Girard KS, had each received multiple gunshot wounds. Both victims were transported to the Coffeyville Regional Medical Center in serious condition.

Coffeyville police officers located and arrested alleged shooter, 27 year-old Robert Jay Bocook, of Coffeyville, who was still at the scene of the crime. Bocook was transported and booked into the Montgomery County Jail for two counts of attempted murder in the 2nd degree, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, criminal possession of a firearm, unlawful discharge of a firearm, and criminal damage to property.

This investigation is ongoing and anyone with information on this case, or who may have witnessed this crime, is encouraged to contact the police department at 620-252-6160. Individuals wishing to remain anonymous may provide information to the Crime Tip Hotline at 620-252-6133.

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