Million dollar bonds set for man and two teens charged in Sharon shooting
One man and two teenagers are each being held in the Mercer County Jail on $1 million each in connection with Tuesday’s shooting at a Sharon Home.
The arrests come following the shooting of Ivory Rose Marie Daniels, who was wounded in the face at a home on Leslie Street just after 2 a.m. Authorities say Daniels is hospitalized and is expected to survive.
District Attorney Peter Acker tells 21 News that 36-year-old Thomas Shank, Jr. of Sharon, as well as two 17-year-olds, Cory Blough and Kiwi Minich have been charged as adults in the case.
The teens are charged with criminal conspiracy to commit criminal homicide; criminal conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, and two counts of criminal conspiracy to commit aggravated assault.
In addition, Blough, Jr. was also charged with evidence tampering, possession of a firearm by a minor, and theft for allegedly stealing his father's gun, which police say was used in the shooting.
Shank is charged with conspiracy to commit homicide, conspiracy to commit murder, and two counts of conspiracy to commit aggravated assault.
All have appeared before a district magistrate. Further court hearings are set for September 29.