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Argument ends in shots fired

DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) - Two men were involved in that shootout on Pine Street and Gaskins Avenue in Douglas.

Witnesses told police he fired first and was grazed in the arm when a second man returned fire. 

Douglas Police say Officers located 21 year old Kavozia Sirvante Walker who stated that he had been in his back yard when an individual known to him as Twan approached his residence and fired a handgun in his direction multiple times.

Walker returned fire and believed he had struck Twan at least once. Twan had fled the scene. Evidence located at the scene and several witness statements support Walker's account of the incident.

Twan, 24 year old Daniel Antwon Wilcox, arrived at Coffee Regional Medical Center with a gunshot wound to the right arm. He was treated and released from the hospital.

Wilcox was arrested and transported to the Coffee County Jail on unrelated, outstanding warrants for his arrest. At this time the investigation is ongoing. The firearm used by Walker in this incident has been secured as evidence. Warrants are expected to be obtained on Wilcox for Aggravated Assault. Walker was briefly detained at the scene and then released.

Anyone with any information that would assist in this case is ask to contact the Douglas Police Dept. at 912-384-2222 or the Tips Line at 912-260-3600. Information can also be shared on the Department's Facebook page.

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