One person suffered significant injuries during a gunshot at a homeless camp in northeast Columbus on Sunday night.
Records from the Franklin County Municipal Court show that Juan Frazier, 51, arrived to the camp on Roche Drive near Capri Bowling Lanes at around 10 p.m.
Frazier went up to the man he thought owed him money. According to the records, the man allegedly refused to leave his tent when he saw Frazier holding a gun. According to reports, Frazier threatened to kill everyone in the camp.
When another man saw what was happening, he ordered Frazier to leave. According to the records, Frazier shot into the ground to startle everyone. Frazier shot the man three times—once in each leg and once in the shoulder—as he attempted to take the gun away.
According to a press release from Columbus police, Frazier was defeated by other camp members.
The shooting victim was transferred in critical condition to Riverside Methodist Hospital. Frazier was also brought to Riverside, where doctors said his condition was stable.
Frazier was accused of felonious assault and aggravated robbery.
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