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Dodge City man Bound Over For Trial
11/19/2009

A Dodge City man has been bound over for

trial in a shooting that killed one man and wounded another.

In a hearing Wednesday, an attorney for Sam Bonilla argued that

Bonilla was defending himself and others when he shot the two men

on Sept. 7 near downtown Dodge City.

Bonilla is charged with second-degree murder in the death of

Steven Holt and attempted second-degree murder in the wounding of

Tanner Brunson.

Holt, Brunson and three teenagers were riding a four-wheeler in

the Arkansas River riverbed when a confrontation erupted with

Bonilla.

Brunson said Bonilla shot Holt during an argument, then shot

Brunson as he tried to run away.

But Bonilla's son and nephew testified that their father shot

the men as they were walking toward him in a threatening manner.

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