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Updated: Charge Filed in Range Shooting

Updated: 07/21/2014 4:51 PM
Created: 07/19/2014 8:05 AM WDIO.com

An Aurora man faces a second degree assault charge, for allegedly shooting another man on Friday night. Theodore Pemble, 46, was charged on Monday.

The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says the victim was shot at a White Township residence at around 10:30 p.m. 

The criminal complaint says the victim is Evan Fuhr, 20, who is from Duluth. He was taken to the Aurora hospital by private vehicle and then airlifted to a Duluth hospital.

His injuries are not life-threatening, according to the sheriff's office.

In the complaint, it says that Fuhr told authorities Pemble was upset with him, and gave him three seconds to get off of his property. Fuhr reportedly said he saw a gun, and started running before he heard the shots.

Investigators said that this may have started because of an alleged damage to property dispute.

The complaint said that Pemble allegedly fired the shots in front of his children. He was arrested a short time after the incident, with help from the K-9 Roscoe.

He appeared in court on Monday. His next court appearance is August 4th.

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