AP reports: A gun owned by Colts star Marvin Harrison w...

AP reports: A gun owned by Colts star Marvin Harrison was used in
an April shooting, but investigators still can't determine who
pulled the trigger, the city's chief prosecutor said Tuesday. Five
of the 6 bullet casings found at the North Philly shooting scene
came from Harrison's weapon, but investigators have conflicting
witness accounts of who fired it, Philly District Attorney Lynne
Abraham said. No charges have been filed in the April 28 shooting
and the investigation remains open. "It's not enough to say that a
gun fired a bullet," Abraham said. "I'm not prepared to say who
fired the gun." She added that she thinks she knows who the gunman
was, but doesn't have the evidence to prove it. The victim has
sued Harrison and law enforcement will be keeping tabs on that
proceeding to see if any new evidence emerges that could help the
criminal investigation, Abraham said. Harrison's attorney, Jerome
Brown, declined to comment Tuesday. The receiver's agent, Tom
Condon, said he hadn't talked to his client about the matter in
some time, but remained confident Harrison had done nothing wrong.

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