Alleged Conshohocken shooter arraigned. More details on what led to the shooting and the investigation

Deshawn Lamar Anderson, 31, of Norristown, was arraigned at 1:30 p.m. today in connection to the shooting that took place in Conshohocken on October 13th. Magisterial Court Judge Frank Bernhardt set bail at $500,000 and Anderson was remanded in lieu of bail to the Montgomery County Correctional Facility.

As reported earlier today, Anderson faces several felony and misdemeanor charges, the most serious being Criminal Attempt – Murder.

After the arraignment, the Conshohocken Police Department issued a statement on the shooting and investigation. The statement provides previously unknown details such as what led to the shooting that sent one person to the hospital after being shot in the arm.

According to the statement, Anderson and the victim got into an altercation inside the bar at the intersection of West 7th Avenue and Maple Street. Anderson is then alleged to have gone to his car to retrieve a gun and shot at least three times at the victim as he or she left the bar. The defendant left the scene on foot.

During the investigation, police discovered a discarded firearm, narcotics, and clothing. It was also determined that the recovered firearm was stolen and the defendant did not have a permit to carry a firearm.

More to come.