DENVER — The state Capitol was put on lockdown after a shooting Monday afternoon in nearby Civic Center Park that left one man dead and one person in custody, according to law enforcement.
The shooting happened just after noon in Civic Center Park, according to the Denver Police Department (DPD). The Capitol was placed on lockdown at 12:25 p.m. "for an abundance of caution," said Colorado State Patrol (CSP). The Capitol is just east of the park.
The lockdown was lifted about 1 p.m., CSP said.
Lee Fowler, 35, was identified as the victim by the Denver medical examiner's office.
DPD officers took a suspect, whose name has not yet been released, into custody.
The shooting was the result of a dispute between the suspect and victim, a DPD spokesman said. Fowler was shot multiple times, he said.
Investigators are not looking for any other suspects at this time, DPD said.
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