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Update: More Arrests in Separate DBQ Shootings

   Dubuque Police have arrested 11 people in connection with two shootings that happened during the week of June 10th in the 1200 block of Iowa Street.
   Eight people were taken into custody overnight on June 12th, the other two Tuesday, June 11th.
   The new suspects have been charged with Riot and are being held in the Dubuque County Jail on a $10,000 cash bond.  Their names are as follows:
   Davon Harrison, Christopher Sharpe, Principal Springer, Delon Runnels, Joseph Wright, Derrick Moore, and Sylvester Durrah.
   Riot is an aggravated misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $6,250 and up to 2 years in prison.
   Officials say they believe the two shootings are connected and involved many of the same people.  Police say more people may be arrested in connection with the shootings.


Three people are in custody after a pair of shootings in Dubuque.  Now investigators are working to determine whether the two cases are connected.

It happened Monday night when officers were called to a report of shots fired in the 1200 block of Iowa Street around 9:00pm.  Police say there was a large fight before those involved took off.  Authorities arrested Christopher A. Sharp II and Davon D. Harrison. Both are charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Later, at 11:06pm, police were called after someone was spotted with a gun at 15th and Bluff Streets.  Officers arrested Daniel Lee Campbell, Jr. after a foot chase.  Police say Campbell tried to ditch a gun and fired a shot from another weapon while trying to escape.

Campbell faces numerous charges including Trafficking Stolen Weapons and Going Armed with Intent.  He is in the Dubuque County Jail on $100,000 bond. The investigating into both cases continues and additional charges could be filed.

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