UPDATE: Man found shot in SUV identified


UPDATE (11:46 a.m.): The man who was shot multiple times in an SUV has been identified by the Fayette County Coroner’s Office.

The coroner says 19-year-old Abed Kadah, of California, was pronounced dead at the University of Kentucky Medical Center on November 25.

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Lexington Police say a man found shot multiple times in an SUV on Laredo Drive on Monday night, died at the hospital.

The homicide victim’s name wasn’t immediately released.

Police say they received the call in the 3500 block of Laredo Drive around 7:00 p.m.

They say the SUV the victim was found in had a bullet hole in one of its windows.

Police say so far, no arrests or charges in the case.

This was the second reported shooting in the city on Monday.  Police say shortly after 4:00 p.m., a man was shot inside a home during an argument with another man on Chatsworth Drive.

Police say the victim, whose name wasn’t released, suffered life-threatening injuries.  Police were questioning the accused shooter.  As of this writing, no charges had been filed, according to police.

Investigators say the two shootings are not at all related.

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