A 35-year-old convicted murderer was identified Wednesday as the man shot and killed over the weekend in what authorities described as a neighborhood dispute.

Larry D. Davis, of Minneapolis, died days before his birthday of "multiple gunshot wounds" on Memorial Day, the Hennepin County medical examiner's office said.

Two other people were wounded. No arrests have been announced in the shooting in north Minneapolis.

Davis was convicted in the July 2001 shooting death of Patrick C. Timberlake, 31, in Minneapolis. Timberlake, of Minneapolis, was shot several times. Davis pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 15 years in prison. He most recently left prison five months ago and had about 18 months left on supervised release.

On Monday, police responded to a call about a fight, quickly followed by a report of a man with a gun and then by reports of a shooting. Officers found Davis dead in the street. Another person was taken to North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale with what appeared to be survivable injuries, and another wounded man walked into Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, police said.

Authorities have not elaborated on the dispute leading up to the gunfire.

A witness said she saw a man on the ground fire a weapon, followed by more than two dozen shots from the vicinity of a man and a woman who ran behind a house.