Man lifeless after argument in SW Miami-Dade neighborhood results in capturing; 1 detained – WSVN 7News | Miami Information, Climate, Sports activities

SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – An argument between two men in a Southwest Miami-Dade neighborhood led to a shooting that left one of them dead and the other in custody, police said.

Miami-Dade Police and Fire Rescue units responded to the scene of the incident in the area of ​​Southwest 170th Street and 107th Court, at around 5:35 pm, Sunday.

In audio from police transmissions, a dispatcher is heard sending units to a “possible home invasion.” However, detectives are still trying to determine whether or not this was the case.

“We do know that something did obviously occur. Right now, the investigators are trying to figure out exactly what happened,” said MDPD spokesperson Luis Sierra.

Investigators said it remains unclear whether the shooting occurred inside or outside the house.

It’s unknown how many shots were fired or where the 32-year-old patient was struck.

Paramedics transported him to Jackson South Medical Center.

“Unfortunately, the person that was transported to the hospital succumbed to his wounds,” said Sierra.

Police have detained the 26-year-old man who was also involved in the incident.

“The person involved in the altercation is in custody right now and being questioned by our detectives,” said Sierra.

7News cameras captured officers outside of the home cordoned off with crime scene tape.

Hours later, they remained at the scene as they worked into the night searching for clues.

Police said it’s too early in the investigation to determine what led to the shooting.

“We’re not 100% sure if it was a home invasion, or if it happened outside. We’re not sure,” said Sierra.

Detectives said they are investigating all possibilities, including self-defense.

As of late Sunday night, police have not made any arrests.

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