Arrest Made In Homicide At Bowling Alley In Lexington

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 6/19/2013 10:27 pm
Lexington Police said they arrested Devonte Laval Webb, 22, on Wednesday and charged him with murder in connection to a deadly shooting at Eastland Bowling Lanes on April 15th.

Lexington Police said officers were called to the bowling alley just before midnight in response to a disorder with shots fired.

Investigators said upon arrival, officers encountered several hundred people involved in a disorder, including two people who had been shot.

One of the shooting victims, Steven Reynolds, later died at U.K. Hospital.

Police said the investigation is ongoing.
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