DENVER (AP) — Denver police say an exchange of words over a parking spot led to a shot being fired.
According to court records, a woman says she was standing in a parking space at the Denver Diner around 2 a.m. April 15 to hold the spot for a relative when two men drove up. The men are accused of threatening to run the woman over before one of them fired a shot toward her. She wasn’t hit.
Idus Marshall was arrested on charges including attempted first-degree murder and illegally discharging a firearm. The driver, Lamar Robertson IV, was arrested on a charge of felony menacing with a weapon.
Marshall and Robertson are free on bond. They have unlisted phone numbers and couldn’t be reached for comment.
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