There they met a 35-year-old man surnamed Wu (吳) and his friend surnamed Chang (張). After a brief exchange of words between the two groups, Kao and Chen allegedly pulled out their guns and opened fire, firing a total of seven shots, investigators said. “Wu and Chang both suffered minor injuries to their feet, which were grazed by bullets,” Sinhai Police Station chief Wang Ming-tang (王明堂) said. However, the profits did not materialize, and Kao allegedly demanded his money back, meeting with Wu several times without coming to an arrangement for repayment, police said. Police said they intended to file charges of attempted murder and illegal possession of firearms against Kao, Chen, Chiang and Tang.
Source: Taipei Times April 16, 2018 15:56 UTC