Salmon Arm  

Sept sentencing for shooting

A North Okanagan man faces sentencing in September in connection with a 2015 incident near Enderby that sent another man to hospital with serious gunshot wounds.

Norman Dybdal, 59, pleaded guilty in Salmon Arm provincial court to use of a firearm while commiting an indictable offence and aggravated assault.

A more serious charge of attempted murder with a firearm and another of intentionally discharging a firearm while reckless are expected to be stayed by the Crown when the case returns to court on Sept. 26, said a spokesperson for the Criminal Justice Branch.

Dybdal was arrested Oct. 19, 2015 shortly after RCMP officers found a seriously wounded man on a property in rural Enderby.

The unidentified male victim, who was 55 at the time, had been shot several times and was rushed to hospital for treatment.

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