Investigation Continues in Shooting Death - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Investigation Continues in Shooting Death

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Billings Police continue their investigation into a shooting on the city's west end Tuesday.

Police responded to the scene on 12th Street West just before 1am. They found 49-year-old Richard B. Morris of Billings shot several times in the chest. He was taken to Billings Clinic where he died a short time later. Police questioned a possible suspect, but no one is in custody. Police are saying the shooting could be self-defense. Investigators say there were several people around at the time who knew each other, when a disturbance took place. But police aren't releasing details yet on what that disturbance was. Police are still serving search warrants.

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