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- Authorities say a New Jersey man shot during a disturbance at a hotel in Pennsylvania has died from his wounds.
- Falls police responded to the Holiday Inn Express early Sunday for reports of shots fired and encountered a large number of people trying to leave the site.
- They soon found 25-year-old Davon Frink in the parking lot with gunshot wounds to his face and neck. Frink was taken to a hospital but died there later Sunday.
A man died from his injuries after he was shot outside a Bucks County hotel over Memorial Day Weekend.
On Sunday around 1 a.m., police were called to the Holiday Inn Express on 3101 Cabot Blvd. W. in Langhorne, Falls Township, for a report of a shooting.
When police arrived they found 25-year-old Davon Frink of Trenton, New Jersey, in the parking lot near the front entrance. Frink was suffering from gunshot wounds to his face and neck. Gunfire had also shattered hotel windows with multiple casings left behind.
Frink was taken to the St. Mary’s Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.
Investigators said Frink was part of a large group from Trenton that had rented rooms at the hotel. Officers responding to the shooting also spotted a large number of people trying to leave the hotel.
Police have not yet revealed what led to the shooting or released information on any suspects. They continue to investigate.
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If you have any information on the shooting, please call Falls Township Police Detective John Vella at 215-949-9100 X 431 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.