A Clarksville man accused in a shooting incident in Christian County two years ago appeared in Circuit Court this morning.
20-year old Shannon Fairley is charged with complicity to first degree assault and wanton endangerment in connection with a shooting incident at the Woodland Heights Apartments in June of 2010 that left two teens with gunshot wounds and another with a head wound from being “pistol whipped.”
Police believe 22-year old Antonio Dooley of Clarksville was the man who pulled the trigger, but believe Fairley was the one who pistol-whipped the third victim. Fairley was already on probation in Montgomery County, but he told Judge John Atkins his probation violation there was due to a death in the family.
Judge Atkins says he is inclined to allow Fairley to make a reasonable bond, but he must first check with probation and parole officials in Clarksville to be sure he is okay in Tennessee.
Fairley will appear in court again Monday morning.