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Australia Alleged Richmond sharehouse shooter refused bail

12:42  30 september  2020
12:42  30 september  2020 Source:   theage.com.au

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A man who rode an electric scooter to a Richmond house before allegedly shooting another man in the leg during a daylight attack will remain behind bars after a failed bid for freedom.

Police allege Chan Mabior Bol, 26, attended a sharehouse on Hoddle Street before opening fire on another man about 5.50pm on Sunday.

Mr Bol was allegedly seen leaving the scene wearing a purple and yellow LA Lakers jersey, shortly after the injured man ran towards the nearby West Richmond train station for help.

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Detective Senior Constable Katherine Lehpamer, from the armed crime squad, told the Melbourne Magistrates Court when police arrived they found the victim - Tre Middleton - had been shot through the thigh with a small-calibre round.

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The detective said that the following day police uncovered CCTV footage that allegedly showed Mr Bol "pointing a firearm at the victim and firing".

"At approximately 5.53pm [Mr Bol] is then captured on CCTV footage walking along Egan Street from Hoddle Street where he removed a large jacket and placed a Lakers basketball jersey on," she said.

Mr Bol was arrested two days later at a nearby housing estate where he was found sitting around a table with eight others.

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Senior Constable Lehpamer said police also found a beige bag at the scene and when they went to seize it, "a sawn-off firearm fell out ... and onto the ground".

Police also alleged they found a bumbag underneath the table with blue latex gloves, four rounds of ammunition, a small bag of amphetamines and cannabis inside.

A .22 calibre was later found during a search of Mr Bol's jacket pocket at the police station.

The court heard Mr Bol has no prior criminal history in Victoria, but moved from South Australia in late 2019 where he has a "significant" record.

He's also prohibited from owning or carrying a firearm in Victoria.

Prosecutor Rabea Khan told the court that at the time of Sunday's shooting, Mr Bol was also on bail after being charged with trafficking a drug of dependence earlier in the year.

But Mr Bol, who appeared in court on Wednesday without a lawyer, told the magistrate he had nothing to do with the shooting and hadn't been living at his bail address because his niece had COVID-19.

He said he wanted to be released to live with his mother.

"I don't believe I'm a danger to the community," Mr Bol said.

"I have been going through a lot. I wasn't involved."

Magistrate Mia Stylianou refused bail and ordered Mr Bol to return to court on December 18.

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