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CNN - A shooting at a Halloween party in Texarkana, Texas, left one person dead and nine others injured, the Texarkana Police Department announced today. Officers responded to reports of a shooting at Octavia's Activity Center in the 2300 block of Texas Boulevard shortly before midnight and "encountered a large number of people running from the building and several inside suffering from gunshot wounds," the Texarkana Police Department said in a statement on Facebook. "While the motive is still unknown, the preliminary investigation indicates that it may (have) been the result of some type of disturbance among some of the partygoers," police said.

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