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Update: Charges Upgraded To Murder In Lexington Shooting

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/29/2013 11:14 pm
A man shot Sunday in Lexington has died.

And police say they've since served the shooting suspect with a murder warrant.

Lexington police say two people were shot in a car early Sunday morning on South Broadway.

Police say one of those victims, Allen Smith, has died.

They aren't naming the other victim but describe those wounds as 'non-life threatening.'

Police say they arrested Dynell Stewart II on Tuesday in Frankfort.

Police say he was originally charged with two counts of assault.

But investigators say after Smith died, Stewart was served with a murder warrant.
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