Police: Little Rock Man Paralyzed after Being Shot in the Back

Police: Little Rock Man Paralyzed after Being Shot in the Back

Saturday morning incident happened just after 4:30 on Colonel Glenn Road.
The Little Rock Police Department is investigating a weekend shooting that left a man paralyzed.

The 28-year-old was shot at least twice in the back, suffering wounds to his neck and shoulder, according to the incident report.

It happened just after 4:30 Saturday morning in the 7100 block of Colonel Glenn Road.

Police say the victim was getting into a car when the shots were fired and did not see who shot him.

After he arrived at the hospital, doctors told police he may have been shot five times and appeared to be paralyzed from the chest down, but was expected to survive.

An hour later, police were called to a home on Allis Street, where a man who had been shot in the leg told them he had been attacked earlier at the Elevations nightclub at 7200 Colonel Glenn Road.

The 25-year-old victim said he was shot as he walked into the front door of a house by someone he did not see.

Police say the victim first told police the suspect had a .357 handgun but then changed his statement to say he did not see it and became uncooperative with officers.

A man sleeping inside the house when the shooting happened said he had opened the front door when the victim knocked and the shots rang out. He said he dove behind a bed, heard a car speed off then noticed the victim had been shot.

The victim's injury was described as serious, but he was expected to survive.

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