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Shooting at Jackson hair salon

JACKSON, MS (WLBT) - Jackson police are investigating a shooting at a local hair salon. A domestic dispute lead to the incident Thursday afternoon.

Police say a woman's irate husband showed up at Options Hair Design on Northside Drive.

The couple began fighting. According to police, the wife pulled out a gun and shot her husband.

37-year-old Antonio McDugle was shot twice. He stumbled across the street and collapsed.

Officer Colendula Green said, "The victim is at the hospital. The suspect will be interviewed by detectives. There are possible aggravated assault charges she could be facing. ‘How many shots were fired?' The victim was shot twice possibly in the lower back and through his leg."

McDugle's condition is not known.

At this point, 36-year-old Wynetta Wilber has not been charged.

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