A man showed up at a Virginia Dare Drive home late Tuesday shot in the leg.
Milton McKinsley Ragins, 26, would not cooperate with sheriff's deputies and tell them how he'd been shot, Houston County sheriff's Capt. Jon Holland said.
Ragins was shot at an unknown location and drove himself to the Virginia Dare Drive residence, which is home to one of his relatives, Holland said. Ragins called from his cellphone to say he'd been shot and was outside, an incident report said.
Emergency 911 was called. Deputies arrived about 9:47 p.m. Ragins told a deputy who questioned him on the scene that he did not remember what had happened, the report said.
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"After several moments passed, Mr. Ragins told me that he was driving his black 2008 Chevrolet Impala when a .... male or males tried to get into his vehicle," a deputy wrote in the report. "Mr. Ragins stated that one ... pulled a gun and shot him.
"Mr. Ragins would not tell me where he was when he was shot, who shot him or what kind of a gun was used."
Ragins was taken by ambulance to the Medical Center, Navicent Health, for the gunshot wound to the upper right thigh.
The injury was not life-threatening, Holland said.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Houston County sheriff's Cpl. Pitt Chapman at 478-542-2080 or 478-542-2085.