Columbus police say ‘love triangle’ led to gunfire

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – Columbus police said a “love triangle” led to a man being shot multiple times.

The shooting happened in the 900 block of 10th Street North on Thursday night.

Chief Joseph Daughtry said a man went to the home to talk to his wife.

Investigators believed the man knocked on the door and tried to force his way inside.

That’s when the homeowner shot the man multiple times.

No charges were being filed at this point, as detectives believed this incident fell under the Castle Doctrine.

Daughtry said the case will be presented to the grand jury.

The man who was shot was flown to a Jackson hospital for treatment.

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