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Bond set for brothers charged in Petal shooting

Raul Tlaxcala, 18, charged with Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; (Photo Source:Forrest County jail docket) Raul Tlaxcala, 18, charged with Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; (Photo Source:Forrest County jail docket)
Jose Luis Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, 21, charged with Aggravated assault with deadly weapon; (Photo Source:Forrest County jail docket) Jose Luis Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, 21, charged with Aggravated assault with deadly weapon; (Photo Source:Forrest County jail docket)
Cristobal Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, 34, charged with Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; (Photo Source:Forrest County jail docket) Cristobal Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, 34, charged with Aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; (Photo Source:Forrest County jail docket)
PETAL, MS (WDAM) -

Bond has been set for three brothers charged with aggravated assault in connection to a shooting that happened Saturday at an apartment complex in Petal.

Raul Tlaxcala,18, Jose Luis Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, 21, and Cristobal Tlaxcala-Ixmatlahua, appeared before Municipal Court Judge T. Michael Reed Monday afternoon. Reed set bond at $10,000 for each suspect. They were also ordered to have no contact with the victim.

According to authorities, the shooting happened around 8 p.m. at Petal Village Apartments on South George Street. One person was injured by gunfire.

Investigators believe the shooting may have stemmed from a dispute involving a female.

According to police, the victim was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The victim has since been released from the hospital.

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