Colts | Second witness says Harrison was armed
Shaun Assael and Peter Keating, of ESPN The Magazine, report the Philadelphia district attorney who decided against charging Indianapolis Colts WR Marvin Harrison in connection with an April 29 shooting that left three people wounded did so despite being in possession of a statement from a second victim who claimed he saw Harrison gripping a gun during the altercation, according to a law enforcement source. The statement by Robert Nixon would apparently corroborate the statement of Dwight Dixon, another shooting victim, and contradict Harrison, who admits that he was in a fistfight with Dixon but insists he was unarmed when gunfire erupted outside his North Philadelphia car wash following the altercation.
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