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Man wanted in fatal Kenosha shooting surrenders

Published On: Jun 28 2014 03:51:53 PM CDT
Updated On: Jun 30 2014 08:08:08 AM CDT
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KENOSHA, Wis. -

Kenosha police say the man wanted in a shooting at a tavern that killed an Illinois woman has surrendered.

Police said the man turned himself in at the Kenosha Police Department.

WTMJ-TV reported detectives have been called in to question the man about the shooting.

Police said a man entered Shenanigan's early Saturday and began shooting.

The woman was hit. She died at Kenosha Hospital and Medical Center. The gunman ran away.

The name of the 31-year-old Gurnee, Illinois, woman has not been released.

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