Cops in Atlantic City say a girlfriend shot her boyfriend early Thursday morning and then they were both arrested the next day.

The scene unfolded around 6:30 Thursday morning, according to the Atlantic City Police Department, when officers were called to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center-City Division when 32-year-old Leonard Oglesby III of Atlantic City walked into the emergency department with a gunshot wound.

After questioning Oglesby, cops went to a home in the 1400 block of Caspian Avenue where they found, "an apartment door ... open, a window inside shattered, and blood outside the door," and no one was home.

Cops determined Oglesby was shot there and his girlfriend, 33-year-old Shawnique Hudson of Atlantic City, was named as a suspect.

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Friday evening, officers,

"located Hudson’s vehicle in the first block of south Texas Avenue. Hudson was located inside and taken into custody without incident. Hudson was found in possession of five grams of cocaine and a small amount of heroin. While officers were still on scene, Oglesby walked up to the vehicle and was taken in custody for his warrant."

Oglesby, who was wanted for criminal mischief for breaking the window, was found in possession of 11 grams of powder cocaine, eight grams of crack cocaine, nine grams of heroin, 302 bags of heroin, and multiple prescription medication pills, according to police.

Hudson was charged with aggravated assault, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, and two counts of possession of CDS.

Oglesby was charged with criminal mischief, five counts of possession of CDS, and five counts of possession of CDS with intent to distribute.

Both were remanded to the Atlantic County Justice Facility.

The public is reminded that charges are accusations and all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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