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Augusta man is shot in the face on Meadowbrook Drive

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An Augusta man is recovering after being shot in the face Sunday, authorities said.

Devin Cullars, 22, told authorities that he was at a stop sign in front of Aggie’s Enterprises when he was shot in the early morning hours of Sunday, between 4 and 6 a.m., a sheriff’s report says. After the shooting, Cullars stated he drove his girlfriend’s white Mercedes to a friend’s house on Deans Bridge Road. Once he was there, that friend then drove him to Augusta University Medical Center.

Deputies looked for a crime scene in the area where the victim reported the gunfire, but they could not find one, the report says.

Medical staff stated Cullars was shot on the right side of his neck and exited out the left jaw.

Here is the exact narrative from the sheriff’s report:

On 2/6/22 I Deputy Blanson responded to 1120 15th St in reference to a gunshot wound. Deputy made contact with the victim Devin Cullars in the emergency room. Cullars was only able to state he was at a stop sign in front of Aggie’s Enterprises when he was shot.

Cullars stated he drove his girlfriend’s (Jasmine NOD) white Mercedes to a friend house on Deans Bridge Rd. Once he was there that friend then drove him to Augusta University Medical Center. The hospital security camera showed the victim exit a white Mercedes with a black top and sunroof. There was also a tall black male wearing a red shirt, blue jean jacket and a black beanie also exit the vehicle walk towards the hospital.

Deputies were unable to locate the second male inside the hospital. Medical staff stated Cullars was shot on the right side of his neck and exited out the left jaw. Deputy had dispatch send a unit to the area to see if they could find a crime scene, none was located at this time.

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