Police investigating homicide in Concord



Updated information:

The victim has been identified as:

Andres Alberto Martinez Trouch (Hispanic Male)
31 years old
2565 Eva Drive, Concord, N.C.

The driver of the vehicle that drove Trouch to the Concord Police Department was his wife. She was not injured during the incident. The couple was stopped in the vehicle on Malvern Drive at Lincoln Street when an apparent confrontation took place between the victim and a subject described as a black male. At some point during the confrontation, the black male used a weapon to shoot the victim. The wife immediately drove away from the scene and to the Concord Police headquarters for assistance. Investigators working this investigation are seeking the help of any person that has information about this incident by calling the Concord Police Department at (704) 920-5000.

First release of information:

At approximately 2:04 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26, 2014, a female entered the Concord Police Department lobby on Cabarrus Avenue and requested assistance for a person that had been shot elsewhere and driven by her to the police headquarters. Officers quickly responded from inside the station and located an unresponsive male subject sitting in the right front passenger seat. There was evidence that the victim had been shot. Life-saving efforts were performed by the officers and responding Concord Fire & Life Safety paramedics and Cabarrus EMS. Those efforts were unsuccessful.

Investigators are attempting to locate and interview potential witnesses this evening as the investigation continues. The identity of the victim is not being released at this time in order to make contact with family members.

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