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Judge declines to lower bond for defendant in shooting of church pastor

Kyle Odom’s attorney asked a judge Thursday to lower the bond for the man charged with shooting Pastor Tim Remington six times outside a Coeur d’Alene church. The bond, set at $500,000, is excessive for the charge of aggravated battery, argued Kootenai County Deputy Public Defender Lisa Chesebro. It also is set just high enough to require the county jail staff to keep Odom in maximum security at the county jail, which isn’t necessary, Chesebro told 1st District Judge James Stow.

Attempted murder charge dropped in pastor’s shooting

The man accused of shooting Coeur d’Alene Pastor Tim Remington in March no longer faces a charge of attempted murder. The Kootenai County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office dropped that charge Wednesday and instead has charged Kyle Andrew Odom with aggravated battery.

Man accused of shooting pastor arrives at Kootenai County jail

A district court judge on Friday dismissed a petition from the Kootenai County Public Defender’s Office to produce Kyle Odom, the man accused of shooting a Coeur d’Alene pastor. Odom has been in transit for the past month as the U.S. Marshal Service shuttles him back to Kootenai County to face charges.

Odom ordered back to Idaho to face charges in church pastor’s shooting

Kyle Odom will return to Idaho from Washington, D.C., to face charges in last month’s shooting of a Coeur d’Alene pastor outside his church. Odom, 30, was ordered by a judge Wednesday morning to be extradited to Idaho. He faces a charge of attempted first-degree murder in the March 6 shooting of Pastor Tim Remington, who survived the attack in the parking lot of Altar Church.

Idaho pastor recovering from shooting treated for blood clot

Pastor Tim Remington, shot March 6 in the parking lot of his Coeur d’Alene church, headed home from the hospital Tuesday after being treated for a blood clot in the lungs. Remington, who was shot eight times after Sunday morning services, had been released from Kootenai Health on March 24 but was readmitted last week after suffering a minor stroke, according to John Padula, outreach pastor at Altar Church.

Gun, car recovered in Coeur d’Alene pastor shooting

The gun and car that investigators suspect were used in the March 6 shooting of a Coeur d’Alene church pastor are in police custody. Two detectives from the Coeur d’Alene Police Department found the firearm Thursday during a search of the car that suspect Kyle Andrew Odom is believed to have driven from the scene of the shooting at Altar Church to Boise before boarding a commercial airliner March 7 to travel to Washington, D.C.

Coeur d’Alene police chief on pastor shooting: ‘This could have been much worse’

Police continued to search Monday for the former Marine they believe shot a Coeur d’Alene pastor six times outside his church Sunday afternoon. Pastor Tim Remington of Altar Church is in stable condition at Kootenai Health. He is expected to recover and be released within a week, John Padula, the church’s outreach pastor, said Monday morning.