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CrimeArgument over loud music leads to shooting in Daytona Beach

17:35  15 may  2019
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One man is hurt and another is in custody after a fight over loud music led to a shooting early Wednesday in Daytona Beach.

Officials with the Daytona Beach Police Department said it happened around 3:30 a.m. outside Angelo's Pizza House on Seabreeze Boulevard.

Police said the argument involved two men, one of whom was sitting at a table outside the pizza shop and the other who had pulled up to the scene in a black Ford Mustang.

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Police in Daytona Beach say a man is accused of shooting another man in a dispute over loud music at a gas station. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports 38-year-old Antoine Young was arrested following Saturday night's incident. An arrest report says witnesses told investigators that the

Police said the men got into an argument with each other over loud music coming from the Mustang, with the driver getting out of the car and walking toward the other man before going back to his car.

As the argument continued, police said the driver walked back to the other man – who had stood up by this point - and reportedly shoved him. That’s when investigators believe that man used a gun in his hand to fire one shot, with the round striking the driver’s ribs.

Police said both men involved have been uncooperative.

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