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Man charged with capital murder in shooting of Alabama A&M student in Huntsville, police say

Officials said the shooting resulted from an ongoing dispute.

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama — Editor's note: The attached video was published when the story originally aired on Monday, January 19.

Multiple agencies arrested a man on Wednesday in the shooting of an Alabama A&M student at the Huntsville Place Apartments.

The Huntsville Police Department, U.S. Marshal Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force and Talladega Sheriff's Department arrested 21-year-old Lemond Lawerance Burns in Vestavia Hills, Alabama.

Burns has been charged with capital murder in relation to the shooting of an Alabama A&M student on January 18, police said.

Police identified the victim as 22-year-old Dallis Patrick Ryan Wolfe.

Police said they located Wolfe upon arriving to a shooting call. HEMSI then advised that Wolfe was dead.

Burns is being held at the Madison County Jail. Officials said the shooting resulted from an ongoing dispute.

This is a developing story and will be updated as information becomes available.

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