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UPDATE: Two injured in Little Rock shooting

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LITTLE ROCK -

A scuffle over a gun left two men injured after an argument Saturday.

Little Rock Police say 33-year old George Miller came to the home of 35-year old Andrew Beaver and began shooting a gun in the air and at Beaver's vehicle.  

It happened on the 4400 block of West Washington Street. 

Witnesses told police Miller said he wanted his property back and was going to take it.  

According to reports, the two men fought over the gun and both were shot in the scuffle. 

Police arrived to find Beaver and Miller with non-life threatening injuries and they were taken to area hospitals. 

Charges are pending.

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