The case involving charges of first-degree attempted murder of a Pulaski man has been bound over to the Giles County grand jury.
Giles County General Sessions Judge Chip Richardson found probable causes during court Thursday for the charges against 21 year old Key McDonald.
McDonald, of 325 Victoria Street, was arrested May 15th by the Pulaski Police Department and charged with first-degree attempted murder, domestic assault, reckless endangerment, false imprisonment and aggravated assault.
Judge Richardson set bond at $275,000 and McDonald is currently being held in the Giles County Jail.
Antonio M. Porter, 26, was injured in connection with the shootings and was flown to a Hunstville Hospital.
Reports show the first incident occurred at approximately 4:22 p.m. on May 9th, while the second shooting took place on May 10th shortly after midnight.
No additional details were released, but the shooting incidents remains under investigation.
PPD Investigator Gerrod Shirey is leading the investigation and is being assisted by the Criminal Investigative Unit.