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WATERLOO | Waterloo police continue to investigate a Sunday morning shooting that claimed the life of a Waterloo man.

Justin Montravious Dollen, 27, was found with gunshot wounds in the parking lot of Porsches Theater of Arts, an adult after-hours club at 1850 W. Airline Highway, around 3:30 a.m. He was flown to University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City where he later died.

An autopsy is scheduled today in Iowa City.

Officers are sorting through evidence and interviewing numerous witnesses, said Capt. David Mohlis with the Waterloo Police Department.

“There were several people in the parking lot when this happened,” Mohlis said Monday. “We are still interviewing witnesses today and getting all the information we can get from them.”

Officers also looking for information on a dark colored or possibly purple Dodge Durango-type vehicle seen in the area Sunday.

Officers recovered spent shell casings from the scene, all from the same caliber firearm.

On the night of the shooting, police stopped a green Chevrolet Suburban that matched the description of a vehicle leaving the parking lot. One man was detained on weapons charges, but police said he isn’t considered a suspect in the homicide.

The Suburban was stopped in the 4700 block of Wagner Road, and police found a loaded .38-caliber revolver. Charles David Brown, 25, of 533 Kern St., was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm and possession of marijuana and a prescription drug. His bond was set at $50,000.

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