Fort Dodge man arrested for February shooting
A Fort Dodge man is facing a bevy of charges stemming from a Feb. 13 shooting that seriously injured a 21-year-old man, as well as additional charges from an incident with police on Wednesday afternoon.
T’Vyon S. Gully, 18, was arrested Wednesday by Fort Dodge Police after officers were informed of a gathering of individuals possibly possessing firearms in the 300 block of North Ninth Street, according to a release from the department. When officers approached the subjects, several began to flee, including Gully.
Gully fled westbound, jumping over a fence, where an officer was located and as he jumped the fence, officers observed a handgun in his possession. Gully dropped the firearm after verbal commands from officers. Another male subject fled the scene and was unable to be located, while several other individuals remained on the scene when officers arrived.
The release from the FDPD also follows up on a Feb. 13 shooting in the 1100 block of Second Avenue Northwest. As the FDPDP continued to investigate the shooting, a potential suspect was identified — Gully.
For the Feb. 13 shooting, Gully was charged with:
• Willful injury causing serious injury, a Class C felony
• Going armed with intent, a Class D felony
• Felon in possession of a firearm, a Class D felony
For the incident on Wednesday, Gully was charged with:
• Felon in possession of a firearm
• Interference with official acts while possessing a dangerous weapon, a Class D felony
• Carrying weapons, an aggravated misdemeanor
Gully was released from the Webster County Jail on a $32,000 bond on Thursday.