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DENVER -- One person was killed and a suspect was wounded in a shooting late Wednesday night, the Denver Police Department said.

The shooting happened at an apartment complex about 11 p.m. in the 6900 block of East Evans Avenue, near South Quebec Street.

Two men were taken to a hospital to be treated for gunshot wounds, police said. One man later died, police said. He was not identified.

The other person who was injured, identified as 28-year-old Jarod Walker, is a suspect in the shooting and is being held for investigation of first-degree murder.

RELATED: Jarod Walker probable cause statement

According to a probable cause statement, police found Walker in the parking lot near an apartment building suffering from two gunshot wounds.

Police later received a call saying resident saw a black male about 25 to 35 years old and heard yelling. The resident reported hearing five to six gunshots, then went to the parking lot to render aid to Walker.

Another witness told police they heard yelling, then saw a black male wearing a light-colored baseball cap, a dark-colored puffy coat and baggly blue jeans point a gun at the other man and fired three gunshots.

The witness took cover and heard two to three more gunshots, and a man and two females began rendering first aid to Walker.

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