A Friday evening fight has left two Columbus men shot and the alleged gunman in jail.
Witnesses told police that around 7:30 p.m., Reginald Glenn, 35, Sequoya Pitts, 37, and Tuboris Richardson, 30, were arguing outside of an Enoch Drive home.
Richardson is accused of pulling out a gun and shooting at the other two men, police said.
Glenn was shot in the lower right thigh. He was brought to The Medical Center by a private vehicle. Columbus Police Sgt. Harvey Hatcher said Saturday that Glenn was in stable condition.
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Witnesses told police Pitts was shot as well, but he ran away. As of Saturday afternoon, police had not located him.
Richardson, of Columbus, turned himself in at the Public Safety Center at about 8:30 p.m. Friday. He is now in the Muscogee County Detention Center, Hatcher said.
Richardson is charged with two counts of aggravated assault. In a Saturday hearing in Recorder's Court, no bond was set for Richardson and the case was bound over to Muscogee Superior Court.