A status hearing has been reset for an 18-year-old Manhattan man accused of attempted murder.

Jalen Gill appeared in court Tuesday afternoon, where a new status hearing was set for March 10 at 1 p.m. in front of Judge William Malcolm. Gill, who previously was reported as in custody in the Riley County Jail, is free after posting a $150,000 bond. Gill is represented by the Public Defender’s office.

Court documents allege Gill fired a gun Jan. 29 inside an occupied dwelling, injuring another person. The victim in the case was treated and released from the hospital. Gill is additionally charged with aggravated assault and a weapons charge. Because three children were home at the time, the state has also charged Gill with three counts of aggravated child endangerment.

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