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Danville man under arrest for attempted murder in Sunday morning shooting

At approximately 2:55 AM the Hendricks County Communications Center received a 911 call in reference to a person shot at the intersection of Kentucky and Chestnut Street in Danville.

Danville Officers arrived on scene a few minutes later and located both the suspect and victim. The suspect was detained, and questioned by Danville Detectives. The victim was transported via ambulance to an Indianapolis hospital in critical condition.

Phillip Klug

At this time 18 year old Phillip Klug of Danville has been booked into the Hendricks County Jail on charges of Attempted Murder, a Level 1 Felony, and Aggravated Battery, a Level 3 Felony.

At last check, the victim was in stable condition. The identity of the victim is not being released at this time.

If you have any information regarding this case, you’re asked to contact Detective Brent Allison by calling 317-745-4180 ext. 6005, our 24 Hour Anonymous Crime Tip Line at 317-745-3001, or by calling Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana 317-262-TIPS.


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