A Columbus man was grazed by a bullet as he walked down 23rd Street early Sunday, police said.
The 57-year-old was walking up a hill around 2 a.m. when he heard four gunshots, reports state. He then felt a bullet hit him, and he dropped to the ground and began crawling.
After crawling a short distance, the man went home. An officer was called to The Medical Center and saw that the man had a graze wound on the rear of his neck. The wound didn’t require stitches, reports state.
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