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Deputies: Fight over possibly pregnancy led to shots fired

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Posted at 8:54 PM, Oct 24, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-24 20:54:50-04

SALISBURY, Md. (AP) — Authorities on Maryland’s Eastern Shore say an argument over a possible pregnancy led to shots fired in a store parking lot.

Citing a press release, news outlets report 31-year-old Brian Bouyer and 32-year-old Stephen Carey were arrested Wednesday in Salisbury.

Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Tim Robinson says Carey drove Bouyer and a woman to Walmart so the woman could get a pregnancy test. He says Bouyer and the woman got into an argument while leaving the store.

Deputies say Bouyer fired a gun twice. No one was shot. He’s also accused of threatening to kill the woman earlier in the day.

A deputy caught Bouyer and Carey after a chase. Both are facing charges including attempted murder. They’re being held without bond. It’s unclear whether they had attorneys who could comment.