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Accused To Stand Trial In Quesnel Shooting Incident

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   A trial date has now been confirmed for a Prince George man, charged in connection with a shooting incident in Quesnel.
   Eric John Vining will be back in Supreme Court on November 16th.
   He will be tried by a jury.
   Vining was in court yesterday (Nov 3) for a pretrial conference.
   He is facing several charges including Attempted Murder and Discharging a Firearm with Intent to Wound or Disfigure in connection with an alleged incident back in June of 2013.
   Quesnel RCMP say they were called to a home in the West Fraser Drive area where they were told that a man produced a handgun and demanded money before firing the gun.
   Police say it was extremely fortunate that no one was shot.
   RCMP say the suspect then fled the scene in a pickup truck that was reported to be on fire shortly after that on nearby Marsh Road.
   A suspect was taken into custody later  that night back in Prince George.
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