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Bail Set At $1M For Suspect In Mobile Home Shooting

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LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) - A 27-year-old Peck man made an initial court appearance on a second-degree murder charge in the shooting death of a friend.
    
Chris Partee is charged shooting 41-year-old Coby J. Bloodsworth Tuesday afternoon at a mobile home in Peck. Charging documents say after the shooting Partee called 911 and reported he shot an intruder.
    
Second District Magistrate Gregory Kalbfleisch on Wednesday declined Partee's request for a reduction in his $1 million bail.
    
Nez Perce County prosecutors say Bloodsworth and Partee were involved in an argument at a gas station that continued at Partee's mobile home. Partee said Bloodsworth threatened him so he pointed a gun at Bloodsworth's feet. He said he shot Bloodsworth in the chest when Bloodsworth moved aggressively toward him.

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