Authorities are investigating a shooting that hospitalized one Little Rock man early Saturday morning, according to a Little Rock Police Department report.
About 12:30 a.m., police received a 911 call from Andre McCoy, 39, at 2008 S. Brown St. saying that he had been shot, the report states. When officers arrived at the location, they could not find McCoy. UAMS Medican Center officials called police saying McCoy had driven himself to the hospital and was in surgery.
Medical staff told officers that McCoy had been shot one time in his abdomen's right side and said his injury was not life-threatening, according to the report.
The report states a witness told officers that they had been standing on the front porch at the reported address and saw the unidentified shooter arrive in a dark-colored blue or silver sport utility vehicle. The witness said the attacker shot at McCoy three times.
When officers searched the red Honda Accord that McCoy drove to the hospital, they could not find any blood, the report states. Officers also found five shell casings lying in the street.
Officers noted that the home's front door had one bullet hole and that glass was lying on the front porch, the report states.
No arrests have been made.