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Dealer shoots man multiple times, then drives him to the hospital

ST. PETERSBURG—Police arrested a St. Petersburg man they say shot another man multiple times and then drove him to a local hospital.

Police said Antez J. McLehan Jr., 20 and Rashad Devar Jackson, 27 got into an argument about 2 a.m. Monday when Jackson tried to buy drugs from McLehan. As Jackson stood in the driveway, police said, McLehan walked into his house, grabbed his .40 caliber handgun and shot Jackson in the legs, hands and lower abdomen.

Then McLehan and his father put Jackson in their Pontiac sedan, drove him to All Children's Hospital's emergency entrance and dropped him off before driving away, police said.

McLehan was arrested at his home Monday on charges of attempted second degree homicide and felony possession of a firearm.

He remained at the Pinellas County Jail Monday morning.

Dealer shoots man multiple times, then drives him to the hospital 09/30/13 [Last modified: Monday, September 30, 2013 10:52am]
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