Two Arrested Following Arlington Shootout | Crime

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Two Arrested Following Arlington Shootout
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Undercover officers happened to be on the job when two men started shooting at each other, so they jumped into action.

The shooting happened at 3:23 p.m. near the intersection of Townsend Boulevard and Fort Caroline Road in Arlington, according to Jacksonville Sheriff's Office spokesperson Melissa Bujeda.

The undercover officers reported seeing 19-year-old Terry Campbell using a handgun to shoot at 25-year-old Michael Anthony Butler.

When a blue car drove up, the officers reported, Butler began shooting back; Campbell ran off, Butler got into the car.

The undercover officers notified headquarters, and JSO units covered the area.

Near the intersection of Merrill Road and Wompi Drive, police stopped the car and questioned the people inside.

Butler and Campbell were both arrested following the incident and face charges of attempted second degree murder.

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