Man charged in shooting outside Cowboy Jack’s in Apple Valley


Earlier this month, a 41-year-old man was charged after a shooting occurred outside Cowboy Jack’s bar in Apple Valley, Minnesota.

Corey Lyman, 41, has been charged with the shooting that injured a 20-year-old man early in the morning of January 15.

Officers responded to the shooting outside the bar around 2:20 am. At the scene, police spoke with a witness who said there was a shooting in the parking lot and that those involved had left the scene. Officers found some items in the parking lot and found traces of blood in the snow.

About an hour later, police were informed that the victim had arrived at Fairview Ridges Hospital in Burnsville with a gunshot wound to his leg. According to the allegations, the victim’s girlfriend told police the couple were walking to their car in the parking lot when a group of “biker-type” bar staff tried to intervene and shouted. He said he noticed

The couple got to the passenger side of the car. According to the allegations, the girlfriend said a man, whom police say was Lyman, was on her right side.

According to the accusations, the victim stepped between his girlfriend and Lyman before they said Lyman started swinging a pistol. Lyman then pointed a gun at the victim and chased him before opening fire, according to the indictment.

Pricing details: “Then [the girlfriend] I heard gunshots. The victim hit the ground. Then the girlfriend cried hysterically. The girlfriend then ran to the driver’s side of the car and asked for evacuation. The male suspect fled. The girlfriend helped the victim get into the car. ”

The girlfriend was able to take her boyfriend to the hospital for help. The victim’s girlfriend said in her complaint that Lyman fled after the shooting and got into his car.

Police said the victim had a gunshot wound above his left knee.


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