Damon Robinson, 18, of Pike County was accidentally killed on Monday while cleaning a gun. Robinson was pronounced dead on the scene by the Pike County Coroners office after being shot in the face.
Pike County Central Dispatch took the call at 12:18 a.m. from a residence near the Glezen area of Pike County. The Pike County Sheriff’s Office and Indiana State Police are conducting an investigation into the shooting and an autopsy has been scheduled.
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Margaret Clark, 61, 653 Schnetter Road, Jasper, was pronounced dead at the scene by the Daviess County Coroner.
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