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iPod argument might have sparked Mandan shooting

MANDAN (AP) -- Mandan police say an argument over ownership of an iPod music player might have led to a weekend shooting in the city that left one man dead and another in intensive care at a Bismarck hospital.

MANDAN (AP) -- Mandan police say an argument over ownership of an iPod music player might have led to a weekend shooting in the city that left one man dead and another in intensive care at a Bismarck hospital.

Authorities have released few other details about the shooting at a house party early Saturday and have made no arrests.

Deputy Chief Paul Leingang (LAYN'-gang) says police have interviewed about 15 people and have a list of about 50 people left.

Officers called to the scene about 2 a.m. Saturday found one man dead on the sidewalk and another wounded. Police have not released their identities.

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