YUMA, AZ - Before being wrestled out by several court bailiff's Carlos Arellano was seen for the possible involvement of an attempted murder Tuesday in Yuma.
Plus criminal trespass on Thursday, two separate cases that are connected.
The state prosecutor present in court says "It's my understanding the victim in this case was severely injured and may be a paraplegic the rest of his life because of this incident."
Prosecutors have not formally filed charges against Arellano for the Tuesday incident but say they intend to file one count of attempted second degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault for the shooting that occurred against 47 year old Guss Kasper.
As for Thursdays criminal trespass prosecutors have not reviewed that case but feel Arellano is a flight risk and a danger to the community.
Arellano spoke in his defense saying "Your honor the guy just scared me and I just went in the house and shut the door and sat on the steps that's it. I didn't have anything, no kind of weapons on me."
Judge Gregory Stewart who has appointed a defense attorney to handle Arellano's cases advised him to not speak without his attorney present.
Arellano's Bond is set at $500,000. He is scheduled to appear in court next week.
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