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Suspect in double shooting ID’ed

Suspect in double shooting ID’ed

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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus police are on the lookout for a suspect in a deadly double shooting just before Christmas.

Investigators have filed a murder charge against Michael Watson, 20, as the man who allegedly gunned down Marvin Ector and injured another man as they sat in a vehicle at a Northeast Side gas station.

Ector, 26, and Darnell Gammon, 31, were shot while sitting inside a car outside a Sunoco gas station at Lexington and Fifth avenues just after 6:00 p.m. on Dec. 23, detectives said.

Ector was pronounced dead at the scene and Gammon was taken to the hospital.

Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of Michael Watson is asked to contact the Columbus Police Homicide Unit at 614-645-4730 or Crime Stoppers at 614-645-8477

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