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Shooting In Gwinnett County Over a Football Game

by on January 24, 2012 » Add the first comment.

In Gwinnett County last Saturday night, a dispute over a football game turned deadly, and 30-year-old Corey Adams was shot outside an Applebees.

Adams and a friend were at the Applebees on Pleasant Hill Road in Duluth and were cheering on the San Francisco 49ers, when a fan of the New Orleans Saints became offended and they got into an argument. The Saints fan appeared belligerent and was seen taking a pill before he left the restaurant.

The shooter, identified by Gwinnett County police as Donald Ayro, left the restaurant. More than an hour later, around 6:30 p.m., Adams left the restaurant. As he was getting into his car, Adams was shot by Ayro. The shot only grazed the top of his head. Adams’ friend Chris Middleton was shot in the chest, and is in critical condition. Middleton had recently moved back to Atlanta from Los Angeles.

Adams later identified the shooter. Ayro was charged with aggravated assault and several weapons charges.

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