Attempted murder charges laid after shooting
Attempted murder charges have been laid against two men following a shooting in Balmoral Heights, just east of Red Deer.
Brad Voykin, of Red Deer County, and Joshua Hill, of Red Deer, have been charged with attempted murder, extortion and robbery.
Voykin also faces a charge of breach of a firearms prohibition while Hill faces additional charges of breach of a recognizance and obstruction of justice.
The victim of the shooting, who was found in a Balmoral Heights residence, remains in hospital in stable condition.
Police were called to the rural subdivision around midnight on Tuesday to a report of a man suffering gunshot wounds.
Shortly after, there was a report of a vehicle collision in Northwood Estates, a mobile home park in north Red Deer, to which police responded.
At the mobile home park, they found two men alleged to who had been in the vehicle, both suffering gunshot wounds as well.
Police said the investigation indicates all injured parties are alleged to be associated to the Balmoral Heights incident and all are believed to be known to each other.
Hill and Voykin have been remanded into custody and are scheduled to make a court appearance on Thursday.