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Argument Over Dog Feces Leaves Two Dead

<span style="font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; line-height: 22px; text-align: left; ">Two people were shot and killed Monday morning in an argument&nbsp;over dog feces, Dallas police say.</span>

Two people were shot and killed Monday morning in an argument over dog feces, Dallas police say.

Officers were called to a shooting at the Sable Ridge Apartments on the 6100 block of Abrams Road at about 8 a.m. Monday. 

When officers arrived, they found two people, later identified as 32-year-old Michelle Jackson and 31-year-old Jamie Stafford, dead at the scene from apparent gunshot wounds.  An infant inside the couple's apartment was not injured.

After talking with witnesses, police began searching for Chung Kim, a resident of the complex identified by residents as a man who lived in the unit below Stafford and Jackson and was seen leaving the complex after the shooting.

Police later located Kim in his black Lexus SUV on nearby Larmanda Street and took him into custody.

Investigators said the couple had been dumping dog feces on the patio and at the front door of Kim's apartment.  During the dispute Monday morning, police said Kim pulled out a gun and shot Jackson as she stood on her balcony.  Police said Kim then went upstairs and into the couple's apartment and shot Stafford as he jumped off the balcony while trying to escape. 

Police said Kim then stood over Stafford and shot him again.

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