Article 32 Hearing Underway In Off-Post Shooting Case

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FORT HOOD (August 20, 2014) An Article 32 hearing was underway Wednesday for Fort hood Spc. Curtis Davis, who is accused of shooting another man at a basketball court in off-post housing back in June.
Spc Curtis Davis is charged with attempted murder for the June 3 shooting of a man at a basketball court in Liberty Village.

Davis, who is assigned to the 4th Sustainment Brigade, is accused of getting into an argument with the victim that eventually turned violent and a gunshot was fired.

According to Fort Hood the victim has no defense department affiliation.

Prosecutors say Davis and the victim met at a basketball court in Liberty Village on June 3 and Davis accused him of burglarizing his house.

The condition of the victim, who is the military dependent of a former soldier, was not disclosed.

Prosecutors called four witnesses Wednesday and during that testimony an Army CID investigator said several shots were fired during the altercation, two of which hit the victim.

The victim also was hit in the face with the revolver.

The defense was set to call witnesses after lunch.

Liberty Village is off-post housing but it is patrolled by Fort Hood's military police.