Mississippi man indicted for allegedly shooting at preacher outside church
A Mississippi man accused of shooting at a preacher has been indicted on an aggravated assault charge.
The Commercial Dispatch reports that 22-year-old James Garrett Taylor of Caledonia was arrested in June and indicted during the past few weeks.
A Lowndes County sheriff’s deputy said at the time of the arrest that Taylor had been driving recklessly in a church parking lot and a preacher went outside and confronted him.
Investigators said Taylor allegedly pointed a gun out the window of the vehicle and fired a shot at the victim. The preacher was not injured.
The newspaper did not report whether Taylor is represented by an attorney.
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