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Authorities arrest 3 in deadly shooting of Idaho man

BOISE – Authorities have arrested three people in connection to the deadly shooting of an Idaho man in eastern Oregon.

The Idaho Statesman reported 54-year-old Douglas Madrid of Payette was shot to death Wednesday night outside a house north of Ontario, Oregon.

Malheur County District Attorney David Goldthorpe said the information indicates the suspects all knew each other and the shooting stemmed from a disagreement about money.

Goldthorpe said investigators have found evidence that indicates the shooting was premeditated.

Authorities have arrested three residents of Ontario. The three are expected to go before a grand jury next week.

Authorities said a fourth suspect has not been apprehended. Investigators are searching for 22-year-old Matthew Thomas Jaggi of Parma, Idaho.


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