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Dad Shoots 4-Year-Old Son in Apparent Murder-Suicide

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27-year-old Sharome Frazier's son is still alive on life-support at UCLA-Harbor Hospital after apparently shooting him early this morning in Inglewood. Frazier died of what looks like a self-inflicted wound after police were called to his house for what appeared to be an attempted suicide, but a motive is still unclear at this point. Anyone with information about the incident, call (310) 412-5246, or (888) 41-CRIME, CBS2 says.

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