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Police ID 3 killed in Hotel Fayetteville shooting; Officials now say there were 6 shots

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FAYETTEVILLE, NC (WNCN) — Fayetteville Police Department Sunday night identified three men who died in a shooting in a hotel parking lot that also injured three others Saturday night.

Police also announced Sunday night that there was a sixth victim in the shooting, which was not accidental.

The shooting was reported just after 8:50 p.m. in the Baymont Ramada parking lot at 1707 Owen Drive, according to Fayetteville police.

When police and medical personnel arrived, they initially found four people who had been shot.

One man died at the scene and a man who was taken to a nearby hospital later died there, police said in a press release. A third person later died in a hospital, police said just after 11:30 p.m

A fifth victim was discovered later Saturday night and taken to a hospital for treatment.

William Franklin Davis Sr., 42, of Fayetteville, died at the scene of the shooting, according to a Fayetteville Police Department press release.

Keith Allan Dickey, 37, of Lumber Bridge and Donald Dillenbeck, 49, of Vestal, New York, both died at a nearby hospital.

In addition, Fayetteville Police said three other shooting victims are still being treated at area hospitals.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call Fayetteville Police Department Detective R. Vernon at (910) 729-2525 or Crimestoppers at (910) 483-TIPS (8477).

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DUSTIN JONES

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