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RPD: Richmond man shot throughout dispute over car

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Richmond, Ind. – A Richmond man was shot Friday throughout a home dispute over a car.

Tyler Qualls, 31, was discovered with a non-life threatening damage to his left hip/groin space, in response to Capt. Curt Leverton, supervisor of the Richmond Police Division’s Investigative Providers Division. Qualls was taken to Reed Well being and later launched.

Trevor Allen James, 22, of Richmond, was arrested on a preliminary cost of Stage 3 Felony Battery with a Lethal Weapon. He was booked into the Wayne County Jail with bond set at $25,000, in response to jail information.

RPD first shift patrol officers discovered the injured Qualls after responding to the five hundred block of South tenth Avenue. Officers have been known as for a person with a gun and on the way in which discovered {that a} man had been shot.

In accordance with the discharge, a preliminary investigation signifies {that a} home dispute over a car escalated into an altercation that concerned a firearm. Investigators obtained a search warrant for a residence, and so they recovered two weapons throughout their investigation. Witness interviews continued Friday afternoon.

A stage 3 felony cost established by the Indiana Legislature carries a nine-year advisory sentence with a sentence vary of three to 16 years.

This text initially appeared on Richmond Palladium-Merchandise: RPD: Richmond man shot during dispute over vehicle

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