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Three males, including two teenagers, were shot late Sunday or early Monday in Detroit, in separate shootings in which few details are available.

The violence started at 7:10 p.m. in the area of Joy Road and Stout. A 38-year-old man said he heard people arguing in the area, then the sound of gunfire, then realized he'd been shot, said Dontae Freeman, a spokesman for the Detroit Police Department.

Police reached him at an area hospital after he was privately transported there. After suffering a gunshot wound to his upper left leg, he's in stable condition.

Then at 12:35 a.m., on the 5000 block of Balfour — north of East Warren, east of Alter Road — a 17-year-old  male was shot in his leg, in an incident where circumstances remain unclear hours later. He was listed in stable condition.

An hour later, on Fenkell and Marlowe, an 18-year-old man was shot in his hand while walking down the street. The victim said he heard shots and felt pain. After being privately taken to an area hospital, he was listed in stable condition.

 

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