Grand Island police deal with shooting |
Police say an argument that broke out while a group of men were slaughtering hogs ended with a Grand Island man being shot in the leg. Police were called to a disturbance Saturday evening and found 43-year-old Michel Garcia-Rivera with what appeared to be a cut to his leg. The Grand Island man was taken to a hospital and the wound was found to have been caused by a gunshot. Police charged 35-year-old Louis Motola Palaco with second-degree assault and using a weapon to commit a felony. He was held in the Hall County Jail. Capt. Dean Elliot says the shooting occurred when an argument broke out while a group of men were slaughtering hogs, but he didn't offer further details.