Death of man shot during confrontation ruled a homicide

Harper Ho
York Dispatch

A man who was killed during a confrontation with another man in York County was shot in the chest, according to an autopsy.

James Anthony Lynch Sr., 57, of Shrewsbury Township, died from a gunshot wound to the chest, the York County Coroner's Office said.

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The coroner ruled his manner of death a homicide. The alleged shooter, who wasn't named by police, has been released, state police said.

The men knew each other and were both armed during a confrontation Monday in the area of Wolfe Road and East Forrest Avenue in Shrewsbury Township, near Interstate 83, police said.

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