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2 Wounded, Including 13-Year-Old Girl, in Shooting at Custody Exchange

The teen was not the subject of the custody exchange.

A 13-year-old Georgia girl opened fire Wednesday night on a man trying to pickup his child for a custody exchange with the assistance of deputies.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said that Vincent Emanuel Frasca, 38, requested help with the exchange, at a gated community in Fayette, County, Wednesday night at about 8:44 p.m.

A deputy met with Frasca minutes after the call at the entrance to the community and followed him to the home where he was to pick up his 3-year-old child.

Frasca parked in the driveway, while the deputy parked below. Frasca got out his vehicle and walked to the bottom of the front steps as the deputy walked up the driveway.

The 13-year-old girl, who has not been named, stepped out onto the front porch with a handgun and started shooting, striking Frasca multiple times. The deputy returned fire, striking the girl.

The girl was taken to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta/Egleston Hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries, the GBI said. Frasca is in stable condition at Grady Hospital.

The Fayette County Sheriff’s Office asked the GBI to conduct an investigation into the incident.

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