UPDATE: One confirmed dead after shooting in Allen County Saturday night

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March 17, 2019
2:30 p.m.

Kentucky State Police confirm Alyssia Rodriguez died from her injuries at Vanderbilt University Hospital at 7:53 a.m. on Sunday.

Kentucky State Police Detectives have upgraded the shooting incident to a murder investigation. The investigation continues.

March 17, 2019
12:40 p.m.

On Saturday around 10:30 p.m. Kentucky State Police Post 3 dispatch received a call for service from the Scottsville Police Department requesting assistance with a shooting investigation.

Police say the shooting happened at 605 North 3rd Street in Scottsville.

Scottsville Police responded to the address and found a male and female inside, both with gunshot wounds.

According to KSP, a preliminary investigation has revealed that two residents of 605 North 3rd Street, 21-year-old Charles A. Hopewell and 21-year-old Alyssia M. Rodriguez were inside their home when unknown person(s) entered the house with a firearm, shooting at Hopewell and Rodriguez, hitting them both.

According to state police, Hopewell was hit in the head area and was treated and released from the hospital.

KSP says Rodriguez was also hit in the head and is admitted into a hospital, where she is currently listed in critical condition.

Kentucky State Police is requesting that anyone with any information or leads concerning the shooting investigation to contact Detective Michael May with KSP Post 3 at the following number: (270) 782-2010.

The ongoing investigation is being led by Detective May.

Detective May was assisted by the Scottsville Police Department, and KSP uniform troopers and detectives.

No further information is available for release at this time.

Kentucky State Police have confirmed there was a shooting in Allen County Saturday night.

Police say two people were shot.

We do not have any information about the victims at this time.

13 News is expecting a press release from Kentucky State Police this afternoon.

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