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Man Killed at Dania Beach Party; Cops Looking for Alleged Shooter and "Person of Interest"

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A 20-year-old man was shot and killed at a Dania Beach street party early Saturday morning, and the Broward Sheriff's Office is looking for both the alleged shooter and a "person of interest" wanted for questioning.

Dijon Brown, a Hollywood resident, was shot multiple times and died at the scene around 1:30 a.m., according to the BSO.

A warrant for 18-year-old Eric Hunter has been issued for first-degree murder, as police believe the shooting occurred as part of an "ongoing dispute" between the two.

The man police believe was "possibly involved" in the shooting is 20-year-old Christopher Jordan, who's wanted by the sheriff's office for questioning.

Hunter was last seen driving a blue 2010 Nissan Altima with Florida license plate 656 YGW, and the sheriff's office notes he has a history of narcotics-related arrests.

The BSO hasn't released any more details of the shooting and asks that you phone it up if you know where either Hunter or Jordan is.


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