Trial Date Set for Rapid City Man Accused in shooting
RAPID CITY – A June trial date has been set for a Rapid City man accused of shooting a stranger in the head during a house party last April.
KOTA-TV reports that 20-year-old Kelsey Reavis will have a three-day jury trial starting June 4.
Before then, the state is required to share audio tape evidence provided by a private investigator with the defense counsel.
Reavis is accused of shooting 28-year-old Christopher Levin with a .45 caliber pistol after a confrontation at the house party. He has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and two alternate counts of aggravated assault in the April 28 shooting.
Reavis faces a maximum sentence of 25 years in prison if convicted.
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