DENVER (CBS4) — Investigators with the Denver Police Department are still trying piece together details of an argument that broke out at a west Denver house party early Saturday morning. The big questions are still ‘Who shot whom’ and ‘why.’

In total, five people were shot. One of those was a 16-year-old male who died despite treatment.

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Four other people — three young adult males and a juvenile female — were also taken to a hospital. They are all expected to survive their injuries, according to the Denver Police Department.

DPD officers were notified of the incident at 12:45 a.m. It occurred in the 3300 block of West Virginia Avenue.

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Metro Denver Crime Stoppers has offered $2,000 for information that leads to an arrest in the case. It has been classified a homicide.

“I don’t know if the circumstances were similar to the others we’ve been experiencing,” DPD spokesman Doug Schepman said Monday. “At far as I know, this incident has not been connected to any of the other shootings.”

Less than a month ago, Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen told CBS4 that violent crimes have jumped 40 percent compared to the same time last year.

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“We have had people being killed in our city over parking spots, killed over animals … killed in ways that really cause us all concern and we really need to understand, what’s driving that,” Pazen said.

Logan Smith