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KSP investigating deadly Carlisle County shooting

BARDWELL, KY (KFVS) -

Shots fired in Carlisle County on Friday night ended with one person dead.

It happened Friday evening around 6:45 p.m. on County Road 1134 in Bardwell, Ky.

According Trooper Jay Thomas, Kentucky State Police received a 911 call from Carlisle County Deputy Coroner Laura Pender about a shooting that took place outside of her home.

Pender explained to the 911 dispatchers that her husband, Jay Pender, 43, of Milburn, had been involved in an altercation with her brother and it ended with shots being fired.

State Police say the shooting led to the death of Scott Daniel McBride, 49, of Milburn.

Detective Kyle Nall of the Kentucky State Police is leading the investigation with the assistance of Graves County Coroner Philip McClain and the Carlisle County Sheriffs Office.

At this time, no charges have been filed, but an investigation is ongoing.

An autopsy has been scheduled for Sunday in Louisville, Kentucky.

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