Bullet fragment found in man after he complained of headache
On Monday, February 23rd, assailants opened fire on the campus of Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida.
Though the shots were intended for a specific target, three bystanders were hit.
One of them, whose ear had been grazed but declined treatment at the time, didn't realize the extent of his injury until days later.
On Wednesday, 19-year-old Juayne Jones went to an emergency room seeking treatment for a headache.
"Once he got inside into the hospital, doctors found fragments of bullet shell lodged in his head," FOX 35 reported.
Though his injuries aren't life threatening, they are serious enough for doctors to recommend that the student seek further treatment.
Police are continuing to look for the individuals who fired the shots on the campus.
The SUV they were in at the time has been located, but as the investigation is ongoing, there's no report of what -- if anything -- was found inside.
A $10,500 reward is being offered for information about the perpetrators.
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