The man accused of shooting and seriously wounding another man at the Bowlero bowing alley in Lone Tree March 22 appeared in court April 5 to request a bail reduction, which was denied by Judge Larry …
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The man accused of shooting and seriously wounding another man at the Bowlero bowing alley in Lone Tree March 22 appeared in court April 5 to request a bail reduction, which was denied by Judge Larry Bowling of the 18th Judicial Court.
Peter Viet Le, 24, of Denver, is accused of shooting Dylan Pryor, of Lone Tree, about 11 p.m. March 22. Le fled the scene and later turned himself into the Lone Tree Police Department. Pryor was transported to a local hospital, and according to a GoFundMe account set up by friends, he sustained two gunshot wounds, one to the chest and one to the hip. Pryor spent five days in intensive care and is recovering from his injuries.
After Le's arrest, bond was set at $200,000. Le is charged with criminal attempt to commit murder in the second degree, assault in the first degree, menacing and two crimes of violence. Le has posted bail and been released from the Douglas County jail. He is scheduled for a preliminary court hearing on May 24.
Family and friends of Pryor have set a goal of $40,000 through the GoFundMe page at www.gofundme.com/zs4dd-dylan-pryor-shooting-victim
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