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January 25, 2008

Moultrie --  A Moultrie man lead police on a foot chase after a fight escalates to gunfire.

Jamar Weston was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and armed robbery. 

Authorities say that Weston and Anterrio McIntyre were arguing in the 600 block of First Avenue Southwest Thursday night around 7:30, when Weston pulled a gun and shot McIntyre in the shoulder. 

Moultrie Police were nearby, and when they arrived both ran.  Police were able to catch up with both men, and transported both to the hospital where they were treated. 


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