(Indianapolis, IN) - Indianapolis Police are looking for whoever shot two Clark County, Indiana judges during an early morning argument.
Bradley Jacobs and Andrew Adams were shot just after 3 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Police say the judges were outside a downtown White Castle when a car pulled up, there were words, then someone started shooting.
Jacobs was listed in critical condition yesterday, doctors had Adams listed as stable.
Community Gathers In Prayer For Clark County Judges After Shooting
(Clark County, IN) - The community in Clark County is praying for two judges who were shot while on an out-of-town trip.
Pews were filled Wednesday night at St. Paul's Episcopal Church at a vigil for Andrew Adams and Brad Jacobs.
The two were shot in Indianapolis early Wednesday morning in a White Castle parking lot during an argument.
Reverend Nancy Woodworth-Hill led a service with prayers for healing and readings about comfort during difficult times.
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