An Alabama teacher was charged with first-degree assault on Thursday for allegedly shooting his daughter’s 18-year-old boyfriend, PEOPLE confirms.
Fitzgerald Bouvier McQueen, 50, has been placed on administrative leave from his teaching job at Heritage Elementary School pending the results of an investigation into the incident, Madison City School District spokesman John Peck tells PEOPLE.
The shooting victim, identified by family members as 18-year-old Jaizon Collins, was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to WHNT. He is expected to make a full recovery.
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Collins was allegedly dating McQueen’s underage daughter. Authorities would not elaborate on what prompted the teacher to allegedly open fire on the 18-year-old, though they did say that McQueen may face additional charges in the near future.
McQueen was released from Madison County jail on $15,000 bond. He has not entered a plea to the charge against him.