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Family dispute at Fresno home escalated. Now one man is dead, another is arrested

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A man was killed after a family dispute ended in gunfire Sunday in northwest Fresno, police said.

The 29-year-old man was shot at least once in the upper body at a home in the 2700 block of West Fairmont Avenue.

He was taken to Community Regional Medical Center, where he died.

The victim was identified Monday by the Fresno County Coroner’s Office as Jose Duran, 29, of Fresno.

Lt. Stephen Viveros said a fight that included multiple family members erupted at the home before a 32-year-old man shot the victim.

The alleged shooter fled the area, but a California Highway Patrol helicopter and a K-9 officer located and arrested him a short time later.

Cops initially did not release either of the mens’ identities and did not say how the two men were related.

Ashleigh Panoo: 559-441-6010, @AshleighPanoo
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