Two men have been charged following a Tuesday evening shooting in Appalachia. The Wise County Sheriff's Office reports that police responded to Boggs Avenue at 5:24 p.m. Tuesday about a shooting. Aaron Mosley, 38, of Pennington Gap, was found to have been driving a pickup truck when he attempted to wreck a car with three people inside. Both vehicles stopped, which is when Mosley and one of the occupants of the other car, 39-year-old Jason Daniel Mullins, began exchanging gunfire. Mosley left the scene and was stopped by police in Big Stone Gap. He is facing three counts of attempted second-degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, while Mullins is facing one count of second-degree murder. No one was injured in the incident. One of the other two people in the vehicle with Mullins was his girlfriend, Mosley's ex-girlfriend. Mosley had reportedly made multiple threats to kill the man on Facebook and had also intimidated his ex and tried to get her to break up with her boyfriend. The WCSO's investigation is ongoing and if anyone has any further information, they are asked to contact the sheriff's office at 276-328-3566.
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