Two men slain in separate shootings Monday were identified by police on Tuesday.
In the first shooting, police said 29-year-old David Hurd answered a knock at the door of the house where he lived on Magnolia Street near Washington Lane in East Germantown shortly after midnight. As Hurd peeked through glass next to the door, the person on his porch fired two shots through the glass and wall at Hurd, wounding him twice in the face. Hurd died at the scene.
Police said so far, they believe an argument motivated Hurd's slaying, but no arrest has been made. A police source and neighbors said that another man was shot in 2009 at the house where Hurd was shot, but that victim did not die. It's unclear if that victim is related to Hurd.
Court records show that Hurd has arrests for charges including theft, robbery and drug charges dating back to 2003. In March, according to court documents, he beat robbery and assault charges stemming from an incident in the area where he lived.