1st degree assault, Alton MO, armed criminal action, counsel status hearing, Cox South Hospital, denied public defender, endangering the welfare of a child, Fabbian Bertholomey, fugitive from out of state, gunshot wound, in fight, Jennifer Crask, Judge Harvey Allen, Myrtle MO, Oregon County Jail, Oregon County MO, Oregon County sheriff, Oregon Couny Circuit Court, Probable Cause, prosecuting attorney, Robert Robinson, Sharp County warrant, Springfield MO, wounded
Myrtle, Mo. — One man was hospitalized and another jailed following a shooting incident near Myrtle in Oregon County Thursday night.
The Oregon County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a shooting at about 9 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22.
Fabbian M. Bertholomey, 24, was found wounded in his home. Police said he apparently was involved in a fight with Robert L. Robinson, 44, of Myrtle, who reportedly had been armed with a handgun.
Bertholomey was airlifted to Cox South Hospital in Springfield, Mo., and was said to be in stable condition.
Robinson was charged with 1) 1st degree assault resulting in serious physical injury, 2) armed criminal action, and 3) endangering the welfare of a child by creating substantial risk but with no sexual contact.
Friday a probable cause for those charges was filed with Judge Harvey Allen in Oregon County Circuit Court in Alton, Mo. To view the probable cause document, click probable-cause-robert-robinson.
Prosecuting attorney is Jennifer H. Crask.
Bond was for the second set of charges was set at $50,000.
The Court found that Defendant’s income exceeds the guidelines for qualification and that the defendent is not indigent. A counsel status hearing was scheduled for Oct. 19. On that day Robinson told the court he was meeting with attorney Fred O’Neill. The counsel status hearing was rescheduled for Oct. 26.