UPDATE: 86-Year-Old Man Arrested In Knox County Shooting

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 12/11/2013 11:10 pm
State Police say an 86-year-old Woodbine man was arrested Wednesday after a shooting.

Troopers say Fred Meyer shot 50-year-old Chris Dinkins of Corbin in the face Wednesday afternoon.

According to investigators, Dinkins was in his car, parked at Meyer's home.

Troopers say Meyer came outside and the two began to argue.

Investigators say Meyer then shot Dinkins.

They say a 16-year-old passenger in the car was not hurt.

Dinkins was taken to Baptist Health in Corbin and was later flown to UK Hospital where officials say he was listed in serious condition.

Meyer is in jail charged with assault 1st degree.


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