CAPULIN, Colo. (CBS4) – Two people died in a shooting in the small town of Capulin.

Conejos County Coroner Richard Martin confirmed the deaths to CBS4’s Rick Sallinger.

Initial reports indicated seven people were killed in the shooting, but Martin says that is not the case.

The Valley Courier in Alamosa says that it happened after a disagreement at a birthday party.

No further information, including details on a possible suspect, is currently available on the incident.

Capulin is located in Conejos County, southwest of Alamosa, on the New Mexico border.

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  1. Ken Valley says:

    Way to go liberals! You id10ts in Colorado wanted to legalize pot and adopt liberal leftist agenda, and now the fruits of your labor are coming in! And, now you will also have illegal immigration issues, like other sanctuary cities! This is what fair-minded people have been telling you, but you’d rather listen and vote for slimy liberals to office. There will be more shootings in Colorado, as now you’ve also attracted drug cartels into your State! Another once-great State effed up by Messicants and drugs!

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