A Bonshaw man accused of shooting another man in the arm has had his case adjourned at Inverell Local Court.
Police charged the 39-year-old man, David John Dawson, with causing grievous bodily harm with intent after a shooting on Bonshaw's Spark Street in August last year.
A representative from the Department of Public Prosecutions told the court on Thursday the charges, which were scheduled to be presented, were still awaiting certification.
He asked for an adjournment, which was agreed to by Dawson's solicitor Stephen Collins and granted by Magistrate Holly Kemp.
Dawson, who was refused bail on January 19, was not required to appear via video link from custody. His case will come before Inverell Local Court again for charge certification on July 1.
Two others, Mickayla Wattus, 26, and Tyler Henriksen, 28, were also charged in relation to the incident, with Wattus's verdict delivered already while Henriksen awaits sentencing.
In police documents presented to the court, it's alleged Dawson confronted Henriksen in his front yard, wrestling away an unregistered .22 calibre shotgun before shooting him in the bicep.
Henriksen was airlifted, in a stable condition, to Toowoomba Hospital after being injured. He has plead guilty to a string of charges following his wounding.
They include possession of an unregistered firearm, stalk and intimidate intending to cause physical harm, carry firearm in manner likely to cause injury, possess ammunition without appropriate license or permit, and possess prohibited drugs.
A full sentencing assessment report has been ordered, and his verdict is set to be handed down on June 10 at Inverell Local Court.
The third co-accused, Wattus, was sentenced on January 14 for concealing a serious indictable offence.
Police statements tendered to court outlined she "continuously" denied knowledge of the firearm used in the shootout and where it was hidden afterwards, which "impeded police investigations".
She was given an 18-month community corrections order and fined $1000.
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