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Three teens arrested after early morning shooting

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Amarillo, TX - Three area teenagers are behind bars after an early morning shooting.

Amarillo Police say around 1:30 Friday morning they responded to the 100 block of N. Maryland on reports of shots being fired.

Upon arrival, officers tell us they found the suspect vehicle in the 100 block of N. Florida and was pulled over.

The driver, 18 year old Donald Frazier, was charged with deadly conduct.

17 year old passenger Dorian Tyrell Allen was charged with deadly conduct, possession of a prohibited weapon and three municipal warrants.

The other passenger, 18 year old Randolph Dwayne Sims, was charged with possession of marijuana.

No injuries were reported.

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