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September 23, 2003

Valdosta - An early morning domestic dispute lead to gun fire.

It started at a house in the 1700 block of Marion Street. The suspect arrived at the owner's home to find her arguing with another man. The men started fighting, and 42-year-old Robert Miller ran out of the home, headed down Lee Street.

The suspect chased Miller and ended up shooting at him 9 times. Luckily, only one bullet struck him in the buttocks, and he wasn't seriously injured.

"He was treated and released from South Georgia Medical Center, so he was very lucky," said Lt. Brian Childress.

Investigators say they know who the shooter is and have a warrant out for his arrest.

posted at 2:10 by ashley.harper@walb.com