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Police ID man killed at Sherwood Park Apartments in Huntsville

Fatal shooting at Sherwood Park Apartments (Source: WAFF) Fatal shooting at Sherwood Park Apartments (Source: WAFF)
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Police have identified the man who was shot and killed following a shooting at Sherwood Park Apartments in Huntsville early Wednesday.

Police identified the man as 40-year-old Jeremy Cook. 

Officers responded to the scene of the shooting off Karen Davie Drive around 12:15 a.m. They said they found the victim with multiple gunshot wounds.

Cook's girlfriend was taken in for questioning. She lived with him at the apartment and reportedly ran to the neighbor to call 911 following the shooting.

Another man, identified as a suspect, was also in the apartment at the time of the shooting. He fled before police arrived. He was not yet been caught.

Police investigated an unrelated shooting that happened at about the same time.

READ MORE: 4 shot in northwest Huntsville street

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