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Missoula man charged with deliberate homicide in teen's shooting death

Missoula man charged with deliberate homicide in teen's shooting death

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The Missoula man who shot and killed a 17-year-old intruder in his garage early Sunday morning is now facing a felony charge of deliberate homicide.

Markus Hendrik Kaarma, 29, will appear in Missoula County Justice Court Monday afternoon.

Kaarma allegedly fired four shots – two of which hit Diren Dede, a German exchange student of Turkish decent who was standing in Karma’s garage. Dede was a junior at Missoula's Big Sky High School.

Missoula police public information officer Travis Welsh said there was a second male with Dede, but he ran from the scene when shots were fired. He has been questioned by police.

Watch for updated information after Kaarma's court appearance.

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