Guard Paralyzed In Strip Club Shooting In Las Vegas

Tom Urbanski, the former bouncer at the Minxx Gentlemen's Club, is back home in Las Vegas.

Urbanski was shot and paralyzed during the violent NBA All-Star
weekend in February.

Saturday morning Urbanski left a rehabilitation center in Colorado where he was greeted by family and close friends at McCarran airport.

44-year old Urbanski spent three weeks in a medically-induced coma after the shooting and still has a nine-millimeter bullet lodged in his spine.

Urbanski says the shooting changed his life forever, but he's keeping a positive outlook on life.

The identity of the shooter remains a mystery to police.

Authorities say Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones was involved in the triple shooting followed by a scuffle with a security guard inside the Minxx club.

Metro says Jones started the fight, but Jones says he was an innocent bystander.

Police haven't filed any charges in the actual shooting, but Jones and two others have been charged with coercion for allegedly starting the fight that led to the shooting.

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