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Palm Bay 16-year-old arrested for shooting another teen in the face at park

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Police said Orlando Colbert-McGlon was arrested and is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder.

According to a official reports, three teen were waiting in a car at Lynne Nungesser Park (formerly known as West Oaks Park) on Dec. 22 around 7:20pm to meet Colbert-McGlon when the 16-year-old approached the car and shot at the passenger four times, hitting him in the face.

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When police arrived, the victim had already been taken to the hospital.

One of the teens in the vehicle was able to identify Colbert-McGlon as the shooter, despite him stating he was not at the park during the time of the shooting.

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The status of the victim is not known.

This shooting occurred just 3 days before the shooting and murder of 2 other teen in Palm Bay’s Compound. It is not known if the two incidents are related.

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