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2 charged in Concord teen's death

CONCORD, N.C. (AP) - Concord police arrested two men and charged them with shooting and killing a teen earlier this week.

Police say 25-year-old Marlon Tyrese Banner and 18-year-old Corey Levi Banner were arrested at their home Thursday night.

They are charged with killing 15-year-old Mark Gevon Bostic on Sunday.

Both men are charged with first-degree murder and firing a gun into a moving vehicle.

Police say the shooting stemmed from a disagreement between groups of people in two cars. Investigators say one car followed the other and shots were fired at a street corner.

Bostic was hit and was taken to Carolinas Medical Center-Northeast where he died.

Police have not said what caused the dispute.

It was not clear if the men have lawyers.

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