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Youth shot in Ybor City after Sant'Yago parade

TAMPA — A youth was shot Saturday night in Ybor City after the Sant' Yago Illuminated Knight Parade and is in stable condition at Tampa General Hospital, according to Tampa police.

Marquis Alexander Dorsey, 17, of E Grove Street, Tampa, fired one shot with a handgun at his ex-girlfriend in the 1600 block of E 7th Avenue around 11 p.m., Tampa police say. The pair had been arguing. Dorsey, however, missed the ex-girlfriend, hitting an unidentified juvenile, police say.

Dorsey was later arrested at his home. No other details of the shooting are available, including the name of the victim and charges Dorsey may face.

Youth shot in Ybor City after Sant'Yago parade 02/09/14 [Last modified: Sunday, February 9, 2014 2:58pm]
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