It was not clear if Montour was hit by the bullets, but there was an intense fistfight, Channel 2 Action News reported.
“When deputies came out there was so much blood they were unable to ascertain whether he was shot or not,” Morrison told Channel 2.
Montour was taken to a hospital, where he remained Thursday, Morrison said.
The investigation is ongoing and when Montour is released from the hospital he will face criminal trespass and battery charges, Morrison said.
Witness George Owen said he drove by and saw a man on the ground.
“He was like he was laying on a cross,” Owen told the news station. “That's how he was laying. Head straight up, arms straight out.”
The scene shocked Owen and his friend, Robert Rodriguez, who said another man was sitting on the ground nearby in handcuffs.
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