LAS VEGAS (AP) — Bail has been set at $95,000 for a man accused of shooting at a Pokemon Go player he was allegedly trying to rob in a Las Vegas park.
A judge also appointed the public defender’s office on Tuesday to represent 18-year-old Elvis Campos.
Campos faces felony charges of attempted murder, conspiracy, robbery, battery and assault with a deadly weapon.
Police say Campos demanded items before dawn Monday from several people playing the popular smartphone game.
One player who police say had a concealed weapons permit drew his own gun and exchanged fire with Campos.
Police haven’t said who fired first or how many shots were fired.
The public defender’s office said a lawyer would be named soon for Campos but that no one could comment until that attorney is selected.
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