Detroit Man Charged In Non-Fatal Shooting Of 7-Year-Old Girl – CBS Detroit
(CBS DETROIT) – A Detroit man was charged with non-fatal shooting of a 7-year-old girl.
Charles Feiler, 50, was charged with five assaults with intent to murder, five assaults with intent to cause assault, a number of second degree child abuse, a number of possessed offenders, and five numbers of assault and 17 numbers of criminal weapons.
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According to prosecutors, Detroit police were dispatched to a shooting in a house on the 9800 block of Appoline Street in Detroit on April 14 at around 11:20 p.m.
According to the police, a dispute between the defendant and the 25-year-old mother of the victim escalated. Then he fired a rifle three times and hit the child on the left side of her back.
The child was taken to a local hospital for treatment.
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Feiler reportedly refused to leave the house for several hours but was arrested on April 15 at the Appoline Street residence.
He was tried in the 36th District Court on Wednesday, April 21, and was given bail for $ 500,000.
His probable cause conference is scheduled for April 28th and his preliminary examination May 5th, both in the 36th District Court before Judge Roberta Archer.
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