A Sheridan man accused of two counts of aggravated assault and battery with a hand gun was arraigned in 4th Judicial District Court Wednesday. Jamison Finley, 24, plead not guilty to both counts and Judge John Fenn set a tentative trial date for January 18.
Prosecuting Attorney for the State Matt Redle told Fenn that he thought there was a good chance that the case would be resolved before that time and Finley's attorney, Ryan Healy, agreed.
The two counts stem from an incident on May 9 of this year when Finley, along with 18-year-old Riley Larkins, allegedly shot at a car carrying Derek Berrettini and Terrance McDougal on Highway 14 east. Larkins faces the same two charges as Finley, but has yet to be arraigned by the court.
The two counts carry a maximum penalty of $10,000 and 10 years in prison or both. Fenn continued Finley's bond of $50,000.