Carmel police shoot armed man

March 18, 2013
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Carmel police shot a 25-year-old man early Monday morning after he allegedly made threats to his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend. Aaron David, 25, was shot about 3:15 a.m. in a neighborhood near 96th Street and Ditch Road. He was taken to the hospital for surgery and is expected to live, officials said. Police said they opened fire on David after he ignored their commands and displayed a handgun.


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