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Separate, unrelated Fayetteville shootings kill two early Sunday

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FAYETTEVILLE--There were two separate shootings in Fayetteville Sunday morning that left two people dead.

The first shooting occurred at a Fayetteville apartment complex on Duck Court shortly before 3 a.m.

Police have identified the victim as Kevin Moseby, 28, and the suspect as Duane Brown Jr. Authorities say the incident involved two Fort Bragg soldiers and call the incident a domestic dispute.

"The suspect had been dating the victim's ex-wife but the victim and the ex-wife were rekindling their marriage at the time of the shooting," said Public Information Officer Gavin MacRoberts of the Fayetteville Police Department.

When police arrived on scene, they found Moseby dead in his apartment. Brown was also injured and was caught later Sunday morning when he tried to seek treatment at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.

About an hour after the Duck Court shooting, officers responded to another shooting nearby at Club Ciroc off Raeford Road.

Police say one victim was shot in Club Ciroc and is currently in recovery at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center. The other victim, a 22-year-old man, was pronounced dead in the parking lot at approximately 4 a.m.

"There's no correlation at this time between the two shootings. It's just a random circumstance that they happen to happen so closely together," said MacRoberts

Police say a gold four-door car was seen leaving Club Ciroc after the shooting. As for the shooting on Duck Court, Brown is in custody and there are no details on charges at this time.

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