Updated Wednesday, 10:30 a.m.
Cartersville police say Tony Collum, who was shot three times, is recovering at home after released from treatment at Grady Hospital.
Update Tuesday, 3:20 p.m.
According to a news release from the Cartersville Police Department, Tony Collum, 44, went to the residence at 110 Maple Drive to confront someone there about an individual taking his daughter to buy drugs. At some point, Collum and the homeowner, 53-year-old Mark Alan Harris, got into a physical altercation, during which the victim was shot three times at close range with a .32 caliber handgun, twice in the left shoulder and chest area, and once in the buttocks.
Harris was on scene when police arrived and was taken into custody. Two other subjects at the residence were detained for questioning. No other names have been released.
Original report, 2:36 p.m.
One person was shot twice during an incident this afternoon at 110 Walnut Drive.
The victim was transported to the hospital. No other information, including the severity of the injuries, was immediately available. The Cartersville Police Department is working the incident.