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Columbus Man Accused of Shooting Fellow Football Coach

COLUMBUS (Ken Hines) -- An youth league assistant football coach is accused of shooting his team's head coach after an argument during a meeting.

Warren Brown is charged with felonious assault after allegedly shooting Tyrone Saxton following a coaches meeting on June 23.

Police said Brown became drunk and argued with Saxton during the meeting.

Saxton drove Brown home after the meeting, according to investigators, who said the assistant coach shot his boss while he sat behind the wheel of his vehicle.

Saxton was able to drive a mile down the road after being shot. He called his girlfriend to report his injury, then crashed into another car.

Saxton was hospitalized for three days following the shooting.

A judge set Brown's bail amount at $100,000.
 
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