Utah man shot in church upgraded to fair condition
OGDEN, Utah (AP) — A Utah man shot in the head during a Father’s Day Mass was upgraded to fair condition Tuesday — just a few hours after his son-in-law was charged with attempted homicide in the shooting.
On his 66th birthday, James Evans was moved out of the intensive care unit at McDay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, another step in what doctors expect to be a full recovery. The bullet police say was fired at point-blank range by his son-in-law, Charles “Ricky” Jennings Jr., remarkably missed his brain, entering near his ear and exiting out his cheek.
Evans’ wife, Tara, who was standing beside him, said if her husband hadn’t turned his head when he did, he would have been killed.
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