BRECKENRIDGE, Minn. — Jury selection is scheduled next week for the North Dakota man accused of attempted murder in a shooting in Breckenridge.

Twenty-eight-year-old Matthew Allard, of Wahpeton, is accused of shooting Isaac Herrera in the stomach during an argument last December at a home. Allard was arrested the next day at a mobile home in Wahpeton. He’s facing five felony counts.

The Daily News says jury selection is to start Sept. 19 in Wilkin County District Court.

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