The Kern County Sheriff’s office deemed an incident that occurred in Bakersfield on Sunday, Sep. 2 a case of self-defense. ABC Channel 23 in Bakersfield published a story about the incident on their site.
The incident happened in Southeast Bakersfield in the 100 block of East Pacheco Road near South Union Avenue. On Sunday evening, two individuals, both males, got into an argument that led to a shooting. The older individual, 38-years-old, shot the younger individual, 33-years-old, in the leg.
Emergency services transported the shot individual to a hospital. He suffered only moderate injuries.
Deputies discovered two different shell casings at the scene. Per the Kern County Sheriff’s Office, the shooting had been a case of self-defense. The sheriff’s office said they will make no arrests while they submitted the case to the Kern County District Attorney’s Office.
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