Man Shot in Head Walks More Than a Mile To Get Help; Shooter Arrested in Holly Hill, Florida

Holly Hill, Florida: A strange incident came to headlines after a man who was shot in the head walked more than a mile to his friend’s home to call the police. The incident happened in Holly Hill, Florida.

The man was shot in the head after an argument turned into a shooting. The man was shot and he did not have any medium to call the police. His friend’s home was nearby, so he walked more than a mile with a bullet hole in his head to his friend’s house to call the police.

According to the Holly Hill Police Department, a preliminary investigation indicated that Christopher Hastings, 33, and a 44-year-old man began arguing at a mutual friend’s residence in the early hours of Wednesday, Jan. 17.

According to authorities, the two men were fighting over a woman when Hastings pulled out his revolver. The fight eventually continued outside, where Hastings shot the victim in the head.

Within eight minutes of receiving the initial report, officers were able to identify Hastings and seize him, along with the pistol alleged to have been used in the crime.

The victim is currently receiving treatment at a local hospital and is in critical condition.

Hastings was arrested and charged with attempted second-degree murder, aggravated battery, and tampering with evidence. He was taken to the Volusia County Branch Jail.

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