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UPDATE: Dayton VA Shooting Suspect Appears in Federal Court
DAYTON -- Neil Moore, the man accused of shooting another man at the Dayton VA Hospital will remain behind bars, at least for now. A judge denied bond for the 59 year old who is accused of bringing a gun into the VA Medical Center and shooting Paul Burnside. Burnside suffered a wound to his leg and is now recovering at home.
According the court documents, Moore went to the VA to confront two former co-workers who he thought were involved in an inappropriate relationship with his wife and daughter. If convicted, Moore could face up to 10 years in prison.
DAYTON -- The alleged shooter at the Dayton VA Medical Center made his first court appearance Tuesday.
Neil Moore, 59, stood before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sharon Ovington to hear the charges against him.
A federal court affidavit reveals what may have led up to Monday's shooting inside the basement of the Dayton VA Medical Center.
In a probable cause report it states that Moore went to the VA to confront two former co-workers he thought were engaging in inappropriate relationships with his wife and daughter.
The documents detail that Moore's wife and daughter also work at the Medical Center.
We have also learned that Moore entered the premises just after noon. At that time Moore reportedly entered the basement of the building where several individuals were participating in a card game. That's when Moore allegedly pointed a revolver at them and stated, "don't mess with my family."
The documents go on to say that Moore indicated it was his intent to hold the former co-workers at gunpoint while punching them with his right hand.
That's when 61-year-old Paul Burnside lunged in to disarm Moore.
Burnside was shot in the leg.
As a result of the attempt to disarm Moore of the .38 Caliber revolver three rounds were fired.
Following the events, Moore rode the elevator to the first floor and fled the building.
Moore then drove to his sister's residence on Hermosa Drive in Trotwood. The sister then drove Moore to Good Samaritan Hospital for a medical evaluation.
That's where Dayton Police arrested the suspect.
Moore's family sat inside the federal courtroom when he was read his charges. He face one count of assault with a dangerous weapon and one count of use of a deadly weapon during the commission of a crime of violence.
Moore faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.
Moore told a federal judge, "ma'am I understand."
His wife and daughter were both in attendance.
Moore will be in court Friday at 1:30 for a detention hearing to determine if a bond will be set.
Dayton VA Shooting Suspect Expected in Court at 11 a.m. Today
DAYTON -- Neil Moore, the suspect in Monday's shooting at the Dayton VA Medical Center, is scheduled to make an initial court appearance at 11 a.m. today before U.S. Magistrate Judge Sharon Ovington at the federal courthouse in Dayton.
Moore, 59, is accused of shooting 61-year-old Paul Burnside during a struggle in a break room of the Dayton VA hospital. The incident prompted a 2 1/2-hour lockdown of the VA campus.
Moore is a a retired VA employee, having worked in the housekeeping department since 1998.
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