Second Case of Repo Man Being Shot in Birmingham

Birmingham, Alabama –
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Its happened again. Two men were shot
when they attempted to repossess a vehicle in northeast Birmingham.
Birmingham Police said 30-year-old Jason Williamson is
recovering from a gunshot wound to the neck. He was listed in
serious condition at UAB Hospital.
A co-worker, 28-year-old Garron Freeman, was also hit by the
bullet. His injury was described as minor and he was treated and
Police said the shootings occurred Tuesday night.
No arrests were made.
Another repo man - a 35-year-old Gardendale man - was shot dead
Jan. 8 when he attempted to tow a car in north Birmingham. A
suspect was arrested.