Police have made two arrests in relation to the shooting that happened on December 29th around 11 p.m. in the 2400 block of 25th street.
Kenneth Wall, 33, and Patrick Corbin, 31, are both charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon that caused bodily injury to Austin Voss, 32.
According to police, Voss was shot in his left shoulder near his neck and hit repeatedly in the back of the head by a hammer on the 2400 block of 25th Street last Saturday.
Police say Corbin and Wall then drove him to a 7-Eleven on the corner of University and the Marsha Sharp Freeway on the way to UMC because they were hungry. That's where Voss was found by police in the back seat of Corbin's car and then taken to UMC.
Police added that Wall was also taken to UMC and held overnight for a possible drug overdose.
Voss remains in critical condition but was able to tell police the altercation began because Corbin and Wall thought Voss stole gift card money from them.
Bonds for both men have been set at $100,000.
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