Prosecutors seek life without parole for suspects in Kirkwood Drive shooting

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EVANSVILLE, Ind (WEHT) – Prosecutors say they will be seeking a life sentence without parole for two suspects arrested in connection to a fatal shooting on Kirkwood Drive.

EPD says it was dispatched to the 800 block of Kirkwood Drive in Evansville in response to a shots fired call on December 14. The caller allegedly told police that a victim was shot in the head. Police say three people were shot, and two of the gunshot victims were shot in the head. All victims were taken to the hospital for treatment. One of the victims, 18-year-old Olivia Huggler, died at the hospital.

Evansville Police arrested Daniel Alvey in connection to the shooting. According to reports, Alvey admitted that a gun found in the home was his. Police say that Samuel Huggler was also arrested, and that they believe he may have hired Alvey to shoot one of the victims.

Both men were ordered to be held in custody. Alvey is scheduled to appear in court on January 14. There is no court date set for Samuel Huggler.

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