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Early Morning Shooting In Davenport-Update

Updated: Oct 8, 2012 07:56 AM CDT
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Police are investigating a shooting in Davenport early Monday morning.

Around 4:00 a.m., officers surrounded on a home in the 6000 block of Hillandale Road. Crime scene tape is wrapped around one of the homes on the block. Now, police report that a woman walked into the Flying J truck stop and told two Scott County deputies that she had been kidnapped from her Davenport home and shot.

Police say the woman,  identified as 28-year-old Brittany Hamilton, reported that she and 36-year-old Brian Williams, had been taken from their shared home in Davenport to an undisclosed location. She said that's where the suspects demanded money and Hamilton was shot. Police say her gunshot wound is not believed to be life-threatening. Hamilton said the suspects then left with Williams.

Williams was found walking in the 2800 block of W. 58th St. with no apparent injuries.

Police are still investigating the circumstances.