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ACSO investigates after gunshot victim presents at TJ Health

39-year-old and unknown male had gotten into altercation at location on Gentry Mill Road in far eastern Adair County
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From Adair County Sheriff's Office

On Friday, April,5, 2017 at approximately 5pmCT. Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss and Deputy Josh Durbin were dispatched to TJ Health/Columbia after a male had walked in with a gunshot wound to his side.

Upon arrival it was found that the shooting had taken place at 575 Gentry Mill Road, after 39 year old Bradley Hicks from Campbellsville, KY, and a unknown male had gotten into a physical altercation which resulted in Mr. Hicks being shot.

Mr. Hicks was taken by Adair County EMS to University of Louisville Hospital where he is listed in good condition.

The investigation is ongoing with charges likely Deputy Durbin is the investigating officer and is being assisted by Adair County Sheriff Harrison Moss and the Kentucky State Police.

This story was posted on 2017-05-06 17:47:44
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