A Clarksville man was shot during an argument with his girlfriend's son Monday night.
The incident happened around 9 p.m. at an apartment complex in the 2100 block of Memorial Drive.
Officers responded to the K Building at the complex after receiving multiple calls of shots fired.
Upon arrival, officers found 42-year-old Anthony Rhodes with a gun shot wound to his neck. He was treated and released at Gateway Medical Center.
According to witnesses, the victim got into an argument with 22-year-old Henry “Bobo” Shannon.
The argument, which turned physical, stemmed from an argument about Rhodes not helping around the apartment.
Rhodes was later identified as the boyfriend of Shannon's mother.
Witness told police they saw Shannon holding a gun.
A two-year-old child was inside of the residence when the shooting took place.
Shannon fled the scene before police arrived. Officers issued a aggravated assault warrant for Shannon with a bond of $150,000.
He is considered armed and dangerous. If spotted, residents should to call 911.
Anyone with information about Shannon is urged to call the Tipsline at (931) 645-8477.