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Two Men Shot in Possible Love Triangle in Hollywood

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One man is in critical condition and the other stable today, police told LAist, after a dispute that may have stemmed from a love triangle gone wrong.

A shouting match brought police to an apartment building in the 1600 block of N Fuller Ave. Friday just before 5 p.m., the LA Times reported. A woman was arrested and a gun was recovered at the scene, where one man was grazed in the head by a bullet and another was shot three times in the leg and torso, according to LAPD Lt. Richard Galbadon.

One man may have been the woman’s ex-husband and the other her boyfriend, according to Galbadon.

“I think it was some type of love triangle,” he said.