UPDATE: Tuesday, November 1, 2011 10:06a — Police have made arrests. Return to BocaNewsNow.com for latest story.
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Boca Raton Police are investigating a triple shooting near the campus of FAU, Florida Atlantic University. Police tell BocaNewsNow.com that none of the injured are students at the school.
According to investigators, police were called to the scene just after 8:20p Sunday evening and found three men in their late teens or early twenties suffering from gunshot wounds in the parking lot of an apartment complex near 1900 NW 4th Avenue. Police say the men were apparently shot during a drug deal gone bad.
The three men were rushed to Delray Medical Center where one has reportedly been released. The others remain in the ICU, intensive care unit.
Boca Raton Police are obtaining search warrants for the apartment that may have been the scene of the alleged drug deal and shooting. Anyone with information is asked to telephone Boca PD at 561-338-1234.
This is an update from a breaking story on BocaNewsNow.com first posted on Sunday evening.
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