Shooting in West Mobile, Victim Refuses to Press Charges

Shooting in West Mobile, Victim Refuses to Press Charges

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A shooting in West Mobile sends one man to the hospital Tuesday night.
According to police, it's believed the shooting took place on Monroe Lane in Eight Mile just before 8:00. Deputies tell News Five the victim, 46 year old Mack Cowan, was dropped off in the Auto Zone parking lot at the intersection of Schillinger and Moffett Roads. Mack Cowan sustained two gunshot wounds to the legs. He was taken to an area hospital, treated and released. Mack Cowan told detectives he was shot by his nephew, Joseph Cowan. Mack Cowan was verbally combative and uncooperative with MCSO detectives. He repeated several times that he did not want to press charges. The investigation is ongoing.

 

 

 
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