Deputies: Argument over a football game leads to shooting

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- A modest home on a quiet street became the focal point of a shooting investigation Monday night.

"They were in some kind of an argument over a football game and the guy pulled out a gun and started shooting," said Earle Farrell with the Shelby County Sheriff`s Office.

That's what the Shelby County Sheriff's Office said a witness told them happened around 9:30 p.m. Monday night at the home on Lake Valley Drive near Crumpler Road.

According to witnesses, Michael Dorsey and 46-year-old William Terall Powell, were running outside through the garage when the shots rang out, one of them hitting Powell in the chest.

The victim only made it a few doors down. His body was discovered lying in a driveway.

Dorsey was found in the same neighborhood a short time later, not far from where authorities recovered a 9MM handgun.

"I think he was mentally challenged from what his uncle was telling me," said one neighbor, Travis McClain.

Powell's family said they believe to Dorsey is schizophrenic, but never knew he had a handgun until they say he pulled it out.