PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police say a dispute over a cell phone led to a double shooting overnight in Northeast Philadelphia.

It happened around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday in the 5300 block of Charles Street in the city’s Frankford neighborhood.

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Police two 18-year-old men were on the front steps of a home where one of them lived when an argument over a cell phone escalated, turned physical and someone opened fire.

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Authorities say one of the victims was shot in the head and the other was struck in the neck.

Both victims were taken to Temple Hospital in stable condition.

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The gunman and two other suspects were found a few blocks away and taken into custody.