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Osceola man shot 6 times, police investigating

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OSCEOLA, AR (KAIT) -

Osceola police are investigating the shooting of a man who was struck six times last week.

Monday, the Osceola Police Department responded to a Region 8 News inquiry about the shooting. The department reported that officers responded to the 2000-block of Riverside Drive on Dec. 21 for a shots fired call.

Officers found that James Travis, 34, had been shot multiple times and had already been taken to the SMC Region Medical Center by his wife.

He was later taken to the MED in Memphis for further treatment.

According to the couple's report, they were getting into their vehicle when a suspect came up to the passenger’s side of the vehicle and started shooting.

Travis was shot once in the right arm, once in the left arm, once in the left leg and three times in the chest.

Osceola police say the investigation is still ongoing.

If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to contact the Osceola Police Department. 

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