Argument Over Aretha Franklin Leads To Va. Shooting, Witnesses Say
1 month ago - By CBS
SUFFOLK, Va - An argument over Aretha Franklin led to a shooting, witnesses told police in one Virginia town Thursday.
Suffolk Police responded to a report of a gunshot victim Thursday morning around 10:45 a.m. in the 300 block of East Washington Street.
CBS affiliate WTKR reports a witness said he heard the two people in the argument were fighting over whether or not Halle Berry played Aretha Franklin in a movie.
Police said the fight turned physical and then one of the subjects produced a firearm, shooting the other man at least once.
Both men got emergency medical assessment and...
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Argument over Aretha Franklin leads to shooting, witness says
1 month ago - By KMBC
A witness to a Virginia shooting says it was an argument over who played, or would play Aretha Franklin in a movie about her life that led to shots being fired.
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Argument about Aretha Franklin leads to shooting in Virginia, witnesses say
1 month ago - By WGN TV
SUFFOLK, Va. - Officials in Virginia are investigating a shooting that reportedly stemmed from an argument involving two men and whether Halle Berry played Aretha Franklin in a movie, according to WTKR .
Officers responded to the shooting on East Washington Street in Suffolk around 10:45 a.m. Thursday. A witness told WTKR they overheard the two people arguing about whether Halle Berry played Aretha Franklin in a movie.
Police said one of the men pulled out a gun and shot the other man "at least once." The gunshot victim was taken to a local hospital where he is listed in serious...
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