Police: Shelbyville shooting started with parking lot fight
SHELBYVILLE, Ind. (WISH) – A weekend shooting in Shelbyville started as a scuffle in the parking lot of Denny’s, officials from Shelbyville Police Department said Monday.
Officers were called to the Denny’s Sunday afternoon and also found a man on Interstate 74 who was injured in a shooting.
Investigators determined the men were at the back of the parking lot of Denny’s when they got into a fight. During the fight, one person was shot and the bullet traveled through the person’s arm and into their hip. The injured person drove off and was found on I-74.
Police arrested 26-year-old Floyd Adams, of Indianapolis, on preliminary charges of aggravated battery, battery resulting in serious bodily injury, conspiracy and corrupt business influence. Police also arrested 28-year-old Jeremy Hollandsworth, of Cincinnati, on a preliminary charge of robbery.
Shelbyville Police Department officials said there are no additional people believed to be involved in the incident.
A condition update on the shooting victim wasn’t available.