DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — Police say two people were shot inside a moving company warehouse in DeKalb County Tuesday afternoon.
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Channel 2 Investigative Reporter Sophia Choi was on Montreal Court outside of the company, where police found an employee and his boss who were shot.
One of the victims was found near I-285 and Lawrenceville highway nearby.
Investigators say a 38-year-old man and his 22-year-old employee, Cameron Randle, were arguing about money.
During the argument, Randle pulled out a gun and shot his boss. The older man then pulled out a gun and returned fire, striking Randle.
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Both men were taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.
Detectives say once released from the hospital, Randle will be charged with aggravated assault. They determined the 38-year-old man’s actions in returning fire was justified and will not be charging him.
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A worker told Choi that the warehouse’s front door isn’t locked during business hours and there is no code or pass key to get in. Anyone can just walk in. The employee said there are plenty of cameras at the business to help police determine what really happened.
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