Man Faces Felony Charges for April Shooting

A Kenosha man told police he believed his sister was being held hostage when he fired a gun at a man standing near her. Police, however, say the sister had called him because she had gotten in a fight with people over a card game. 28-year-old Victor Stanley appeared in court Wednesday on charges of first-degree recklessly endangering safety. According to police, the shooting took place on April 30th when Candy Stanley called her brother and claimed she was being held against her will. When Victor Stanley arrived, he fired shots at a man he believed was trying to harm his sister. In reality, the incident stemmed from an argument over a card game. Candy Stanley was arrested in connection with the shooting, and remains behind bars on charges of first-degree recklessly endangering safety. Victor Stanley is being held on 15-thousand-dollars bond.


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