Man accused of firing shots after argument
BATON ROUGE- A man arrested Thursday has been accused of shooting at another man after an August argument.
Tony Glover, 27, was booked with attempted second-degree murder and illegal use of a weapon, booking records show.
On Aug. 25, the shooting victim got into an argument with his brother about Glover staying at a family home on Oak Apple Avenue.
He told his brother that Glover had been handing out counterfeit money and people had been to the house looking for him, according to Glover's arrest warrant.
During the argument, Glover arrived at the house. The victim went into the house, got a bag of Glover's belongings and threw it at him. Glover then left, according to the warrant.
The warrant says Glover returned a short time later and shot at the man, but missed. No one was injured in the incident.
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