Oct 25, 2016 11:30 AM

Parol officer indicted for 'recklessly' firing his gun at a Raymond man


BRENTWOOD — A probation-parole officer has been indicted on three counts reckless conduct after firing his gun at a Raymond man on Dec 1, 2015.

David Burris, 37 of Pembroke, is facing three felony counts of reckless conduct, all felonies, for shooting at a car driven by Andrew Holmes outside of a Raymond home, placing him in danger of serious bodily injury by a deadly weapon.

Burris fired his weapon three times at the moving car, according to The Union Leader.

Burris was indicted earlier this month by a Rockingham County grand jury, and can face up to seven years in prison for the charges against him. His bail was set at $4,000 for each charge. He has not yet entered a plea. He is scheduled for arraignment on Nov. 4 in Rockingham County Superior Court.

Holmes, 24, was arrested by police on an unrelated warrant on the night of the shooting.

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