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[Angry Neighbor]6-Year-Old Boy Shot Retrieving Bike, Alleged Attacker Back In Custody

Tag:   2021-10-12 04:05:13

  11:20 AM PT – 6/10 An angry neighbor allegedly shot a six-year-old boy has been detained after a massive protest against his first release on $ 10,000 cash collateral.

  Prosecutor Eli Savit He attended “TMZ Live” on Thursday and told me what it takes to get the suspect back behind the bar … and the judiciary seems to have moved quickly here.

  

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  Eli said the boy could have been easily killed in the case, breaking the court debate Thursday to increase bail to $ 100,000.

  The 6-year-old boy was about to be killed when his neighbor picked up his bicycle from the sidewalk and allegedly fired. The man had already been released from prison after showing a surprisingly low bond.

  The incident took place over the weekend in Ypsilanti, Michigan, about 35 miles from Detroit. CobyI’m lucky to be alive after my neighbor chases him with a hammer, shoots a gun, and hits his arm.

  

  neighbor, Ryan Le GuenCoby was reportedly angry and his friend had his bike in front of the sidewalk at home. Boy’s father, Arnold Daniel, I told FOX2 when the boy returned to get the bike … Le-Nguyen chased Coby with a hammer.

  “He tried to hit me with a hammer, but it didn’t work because I was too fast. (And he) got a gun and the boom shot me here,” Coby told FOX2.

  As you can see from the video … the kids, of course, panicked and ran away when they heard the gunshots. You can hear Coby suffering and crying while another child yells “Coby was shot !!!”.

  Coby’s father said the bullet had passed through his son’s arm, but the doctor told him he would have killed Coby if it was an inch in either direction.

  

  Le Guen, who was reportedly strengthened with his family on a bicycle in the past, was arrested and charged with assault for an attempted murder. He posted a $ 10,000 bond on Tuesday … after Le Guen tried to kill his son, he urged Coby’s angry father to ask why the bond was so low.

  Even prosecutors say they demanded a $ 100,000 deposit, but the judge was shocked to give Le-Nguyen a $ 10,000 cash deposit. The prosecution then filed an urgent petition to cancel the claim.

  As for Coby … he’s at home and thankfully expects a full recovery.

  First Edition-6/9 1:36 PM PT