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Evidence sufficient despite missing weapon (access required)

Witness testimony and ballistics evidence was sufficient to uphold a conviction for discharging a firearm in a public place, even though the actual weapon was never located, the court of appeals said. Witness James Goode was attempting to break up an altercation when he heard a gunshot. Goode turned and saw Appellant Aaron Markeith Gerald fire ...