DENVER — The Denver Police Department said it was investigating three shootings that happened Saturday night and early Sunday morning. 

A juvenile male was shot at West Gill Place and South Hazel Court, which is just west of South Federal Boulevard, police said. The victim is expected to survive.

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Police arrived at the scene about 1:15 a.m. Sunday after shots were fired outside a house party in the 3100 block of West Gill Place. Attendees at the party fled the area when officers arrived, according to a Denver police spokesperson.

Police set up a perimeter search and detained a juvenile male who was later released, police said. No arrests had been made.

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Another shooting occurred about 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the 5000 block of North Grant Street, where a woman was shot in the ankle. The circumstances of the shooting and suspect information were under investigation, police said.

In a third incident, Denver police responded to a report of shots being fired just before 11 p.m. Saturday at East 40th Avenue and Chambers Road and found a man who was shot in the leg. The assailants fled the area, and officers were investigating, police said.

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