INDIANAPOLIS – One of the two Clark County judges shot Wednesday in downtown Indianapolis is recovering from surgery.
Judge Bradley Jacobs had surgery Thursday morning. His condition has been upgraded from critical to serious, according to Kathryn Dolan, Chief Public Information Officer for the Indiana Supreme Court.
Jacobs and Judge Andrew Adams were shot early Wednesday morning in the parking lot of the White Castle restaurant on West South Street in Indianapolis.
Indy Metro Police say the two men were shot after getting into an argument and altercation with other people in the parking lot.
Judge Adams remains in the hospital. As of Wednesday afternoon, he was in stable condition.
The shooting is still under investigation and no arrests have been made.
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