Document: Examiner’s Office Rules Man’s Death A Homicide Nearly 2 Years After Shooting

The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating a man’s death, which was ruled a homicide nearly two years after he was shot.

According to a press release, 28-year-old Troy Souder was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds during the evening hours on May 19, 2017, on the 100 block of Irvington Street, SW. He was taken to an area hospital for life-threatening injuries. Sounder succumbed to his injuries on Jan. 27.

According to the Washington Post, Souder was working on a car outside of an apartment building when an unidentified individual began shooting.

The Medical Examiner’s Office of the District of Columbia ruled the death a homicide.

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