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El Dorado Springs Shooting Investigation

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Update 10-26-17: El Dorado Springs police are looking for Charles Shane Green.  Authorities say he's wanted on active warrants in the county and is known to be in the El Dorado Springs and/or Nevada, Missouri areas. 

Police say you should consider Green armed and dangerous.

Green is also a person of interest in the department's ongoing homicide investigation.

If you have any information, please contact:

El Dorado Springs Police Dept.: 417-876-2313
Crime Stoppers Hotline: 417-876-TIPS

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Police release the name of a victim who died of a gunshot wound to the head in El Dorado Springs, Missouri.  Police say officers responded to a call on October 23rd about a person lying partially in the street near South Summer and East Joe Davis streets. That's where they found 34-year-old Brandon S. Keith lying unresponsive.  He was taken to Cedar County Memorial Hospital and later transferred to Mercy Hospital in Springfield where he died.

Chief Jarrod Schiereck says a criminal investigation is ongoing. They are asking for any information.

El Dorado Springs Police Department at 417-876-2313
Crime Stopper's Hot Line at 417-876-TIPS

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