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Police: 10-year-old girl shot in leg, others hurt at extended-stay hotel

Here is what we know.

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — A shooting at an extended-stay hotel left a 10-year-old girl and others hurt Wednesday evening.

DeKalb County Police told 11Alive they were investigating the shooting that happened at 4893 Memorial Drive.

Police said the 10-year-old was shot in the leg and has moderate injures.  

"She is recovering at a local hospital and is expected to survive," police said.

Others hurt included a man and a woman, police said.

They later determined that Arthur Brown, 29, was the primary aggressor in the incident and pulled out a gun during what police described as a "gun battle" between Brown and a man, who police said is not cooperating in the investigation. 

Brown, police said, was also shot in the stomach during the shooting and is hospitalized at a local hospital being guarded by police. He is facing charges of aggravated assault and others. 

All of the people shot are expected to recover.


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