Shooting victim shows up at Marshall County grocery store,

ALBERTVILLE, Ala. — The Albertville Police Department arrested a man who they suspect is responsible for shooting another man on October 4. The shooting happened on Turnpike Road.

Aaron Michael Voss was arrested on an Assualt First warrant and booked at 11:30 p.m, according to jail records. His bond was set at $30,000.

Aaron Michael Voss (Courtesy: Albertville Police Department)

The warrant was obtained by Detective Eric Croft after an investigation was conducted.

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Albertville police say a man with a gunshot wound showed up at a convenience store right outside the city Thursday afternoon.

Albertville firefighters and police were called to Highpoint Grocery around 12:30 p.m. The small convenience store and gas station is located at the intersection of Highpoint Road and Oneonta Cut-Off Road.

Albertville Fire & Rescue Chief Brad Hix tells us a man had been shot in the hip. He was in a vehicle with another person and stopped at the store where the call to police was made, police said. Officers say the shooting happened at a different location.

“Our detectives are working on the case trying to piece it together,” Albertville Police Chief Jamie Smith said Thursday afternoon, “We’ve got one good witness we’ve been talking to. Right now we’ve still got a whole lot of unknowns, a lot of unknown questions we’re trying to get answered.”

Emergency crews flew the man, whose name isn’t released, to a hospital for treatment.

Chief Smith said they did have a person of interest in the shooting.

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