Police Investigating Prichard Shooting

Police Investigating Prichard Shooting

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PRICHARD, Ala. -

Police are investigating a shooting that happened in Prichard early Friday morning.

Three people were shot and wounded around 1 a.m. at a club named The Toy Box as 312 S. Wilson Ave.

Lashay Gibbs Antoinette, 23, was wounded in her lower right leg, David Antonio Mitchell, 20, was shot in his upper chest and Ryan O'Neil Williams, 19, was also wounded.

All three received their wounds from a handgun of an unknown caliber.

Police said the shooting apparently stem from a previous disagreement.

The victims were taken to the University of South Alabama Medical Center for treatment.

Prichard police said they are all residents within the jurisdiction of the Mobile Police Department.

No arrests have been made.

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