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Brother arrested for murder after sister fatally shot in Troy

TROY, AL (WSFA) -

One man has been arrested for murder following a domestic shooting incident off of Trojan Way in Troy.

According to police, officers were called to the scene of a shooting in the 500 block of Trojan Way around 8:35 Friday morning.

Upon arrival, officers found a white female suffering from a gunshot wound to the head laying in the yard of the residence. A white male was also located at that time and was taken into custody.

The victim was transported to Troy Regional Medical Center in critical condition and was soon air lifted to Baptist South in Montgomery for treatment. The 53-year-old woman later died as a result of her injuries.

Police say the man taken into custody was actually the victim's brother. Than man, 56-year-old Russell Senn has been arrested for murder related to his sister's death. He is being held at the Pike County Jail on $100,000 bond.

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