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Man wanted in fatal shooting in Lebanon is nabbed in Arizona

Written by The Associated Press | Jan 27, 2016 3:48 AM
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(Tuscon), Ariz.) --  Federal authorities say a man wanted in connection with a shooting death in Lebanon County bar last year has been arrested in southern Arizona. 

U.S. Marshals Service officials say 25-year-old Richard William Kinnard II was taken into custody Tuesday at a Tucson home. 

They say Kinnard was sought by Lebanon police in the September 19 death of Corey Bryan. 

Authorities say Kinnard was removed from a bar in Lebanon after a disturbance.  

He walked to his vehicle, returned to the entrance of the bar with a handgun and allegedly fired several rounds into the building. 

Bryan was working security in the bar and was shot multiple times in the abdomen. 

Kinnard is being held at the Pima County Jail pending extradition.



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