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McDonald County man charged in shooting is bound over for trial

Waylon Rolls Waylon Rolls

Updated September 17, 2013:  A Southwest Missouri man charged with shooting another man in the chest has been bound over for trial.

Waylon Rolls has waived his preliminary hearing.

Authorities say Rolls and David Tanner got into an argument at the suspect's home in McDonald County.  According to the arrest report both men were pushing and shoving each other when Rolls fired a 0.22 pistol into Tanner's chest.

Tanner has since been released from the hospital.

Rolls is charged with first degree assault, armed criminal action and tampering with physical evidence in a felony prosecution.

His next court appearance is scheduled for November 19.

 

Posted June 10, 2013:  A Southwest Missouri man is arrested and charged after authorities say he got into a fight with another man and then shot him in the chest.

Prosecutors have filed first degree assault with a firearm and armed criminal action charges against Waylon Rolls.

Sheriff Michael Hall says last Friday Rolls and David Tanner got into an argument at the suspect's home in McDonald County.

According to the arrest report both men were pushing and shoving each other when Rolls fired a 0.22 pistol into Tanner's chest.

Tanner was taken to a Joplin hospital and has since been released.

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