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Shooting at nightclub in Thomasville starts over line cut

According to the report, Rimarcus Neloms cut in line and an argument started. (Source:Thomasville PD) According to the report, Rimarcus Neloms cut in line and an argument started. (Source:Thomasville PD)
"However he was extremely reckless firing that gun into the air," said Capt. Maurice Holmes, TPD." (Source:WALB) "However he was extremely reckless firing that gun into the air," said Capt. Maurice Holmes, TPD." (Source:WALB)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

A 2 a.m. fight that started with someone cutting in line, ended in a shooting in Thomasville.

Police responded to Club Rendezvous on Saturday night where someone had been shot in the foot.

According to the report, Rimarcus Neloms cut in line and an argument started.

Police said Neloms went to his car, got his gun, and shot multiple times into the air and at the ground.

"Its unknown what his full intentions were with the gun, whether it was to intimidate the victim or others. However he was extremely reckless firing that gun into the air," said Capt. Maurice Holmes, TPD.

The victim was taken to Archbold hospital for his injuries.

Neloms is charged with aggravated assault.

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