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MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

A Moultrie man is in critical condition tonight after being shot in the head, and police need your help to find one of the suspects.

Friday afternoon, Moultrie Police arrested Antonio Spradley, but they're still looking for his brother Jerald. They got into an argument with Xavier Yates and Ashley Clayton near 8th Street and 3rd Avenue Northwest Thursday afternoon.

Investigators say Antonio Spradley shot Yates just above the left eye, then the brothers chased Clayton to his home on 9th Street where they exchanged gunfire. Bullets hit the home and several parked cars, but no one there was hurt.

Yates is hospitalized at Archbold Memorial in Thomasville. The Spradleys are charged with aggravated assault.

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