Early morning shooting in Augusta

Saturday, Aug 6, 2011 7:57 AM
Last updated 9:48 PM
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A Saturday shooting that left one man with a gunshot to the lower back followed an argument over the suspect's girlfriend, according to a Richmond County Sheriff's Office report.

About 12:45 a.m., Willie Tigney fired several shots with a semi-automatic handgun. Tigney was angry at Joshua Do for sitting on a house porch with the the mother of his child.

Do left the house on the 600 block of Wrights Avenue when Tigney arrived, but the suspect followed Do down the street.

Do was taken to Medical College of Georgia hospital while authorities searched for Tigney, who fled the scene on foot.

As of Saturday evening, Tingey had not been arrested.

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CobaltGeorge
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CobaltGeorge 08/06/11 - 07:19 am
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Same old daily NEWS!

Same old daily NEWS!

Augusta resident
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Augusta resident 08/06/11 - 10:35 am
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I refer ya'll to the comments

I refer ya'll to the comments I made on the 142 drug arrest article on 8/6

seenitB4
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seenitB4 08/06/11 - 02:29 pm
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Right Cobalt...same ole

Right Cobalt...same ole story.......nothing new.

Iwannakno
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Iwannakno 08/06/11 - 06:44 pm
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austin and countyman say it's
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austin and countyman say it's ok though because it's only drug dealers shooting each other!

bushwhacker
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bushwhacker 08/07/11 - 05:56 am
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MUST BE A SOUTHERN THANG

MUST BE A SOUTHERN THANG

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