Bail set at $500K for downtown Missoula shooting suspect

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Grason S. Lamb, 23. 

Zoe Buchli Zoe Buchli

Bail was set at $500,000 for a Missoula man arrested on suspicion of firing shots downtown early Wednesday morning and injuring one person.

Grason S. Lamb, 23, made his initial appearance in Missoula Justice Court Thursday afternoon. He has been charged with one count of attempted deliberate homicide and three counts of criminal endangerment, all felonies.

Several Missoula police officers patrolling downtown heard gunfire about 2 a.m. Wednesday, according to charging documents. Another unit advised them a victim had been injured.

Responding officers observed a group of people running northbound on Ryman Street. They said their friend had been shot and that the suspect was east from where they were, just north of the parking garage near the Bodega Bar and Badlander.

An officer saw a man had a bullet wound on the back of his upper left thigh, and blood was on his shorts.

The group pointed in the direction of the man they believed to be the suspect in front of the

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