Police: Teen fatally shot in Huntington Station

A teenager was shot and killed early Saturday morning in Huntington Station.

According to Suffolk County police, 18-year-old Antoine Miller was shot and killed on the corner of 5th Avenue.

According to Suffolk County police, 18-year-old Antoine Miller was shot and killed on the corner of 5th Avenue. (8/27/16)

HUNTINGTON STATION - A teenager was shot and killed early Saturday morning in Huntington Station.

According to Suffolk County police, 18-year-old Antoine Miller was shot and killed on the corner of 5th Avenue.

Police say they responded to a disturbance call at West 11th St. around 3 a.m. and while at that call, heard shots fired on 5th Avenue.

Police then located Miller among a large group of people who had gathered for a party that started near the location of the disturbance call. He was taken to Huntington Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

News 12 is told that a 31-year-old man also injured from a gunshot wound drove himself to Huntington Hospital and was released.

Police say they have spoken with some witnesses but are asking anyone who hasn't yet come forward to do so.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.

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