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No injuries after shot fired in NoDa, Medic says

Viewer video captured police responding near several restaurants in the Charlotte neighborhood.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — No injuries were reported after a shot was reportedly fired in the NoDa neighborhood Saturday night.

Medic said they responded to the scene along North Davidson Street near East 36th street around 9 p.m. and confirmed nobody was hurt. 

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department later confirmed that a suspect was causing a disturbance with vendors which led to a physical altercation and gun being fired.

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CMPD said the suspect, 28-year-old Dquan Ramell Robinson, was arrested.

The owner of the Charlotte Development Twitter account shared a video of the scene, showing several CMPD cruisers and at least one ambulance in the area.

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