COLUMBUS, GA (WXTX) – The man who admitted in a plea last week that he shot four individuals in downtown Columbus is now being held behind bars for a murder charge.
Tuesday morning, Gregory James, appeared before a judge facing new charges after one of the shooting victims, Felton Dyous, died this weekend following complications from his abdominal wound.
His wife, Terese Dyous, told News Leader 9 Tuesday morning that her husband, Felton Dyous, had multiple blood clots from his injuries.
Dyous, 49, had been in critical condition at Medical Center since the April 10th shooting. He was one of four victims. Two others have already been released from the hospital, where as one still remains in critical condition with gunshot wounds to his abdomen.
James's case is now bound over to superior court.
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Police say James open fire on the men, following a previous argument.
We are told that he went to the Uptown District looking for the men.
The four victims were all friends.
News Leader 9 talked to family of Dyous. We'll have more information on News Leader 9 at Noon.