WEST POINT -- The Davis County Sheriff's Office released the name of the victim in a shooting in West Point.
Max Boney, 30, of Ogden, was shot at a party on Sept. 1 near 400 North and 2000 West, said Davis County Sheriff's Sgt. Susan Poulsen.
Poulsen said Boney, who has been released from the hospital, is a known member of the Ogden Trece gang, Poulsen said.
The man accused of shooting Boney is Joshua Carl Henry, 38, of Salt Lake City. Henry, who has a felony arraignment hearing Sept. 25, is charged with first-degree felony attempted murder, third-degree felony transaction of a firearm by a restricted person and class A misdemeanor giving false personal information with the intent to be another person.
Davis County Attorney Troy Rawlings said his office has received additional information about the case.
Rawlings would not say if anyone else will be charged in the case, but said, "stay tuned. That's all I can say publicly at this time."
Henry is booked in Davis County Jail and is being held on no bail, as a result of warrants from other courts on unrelated charges.
Dispatchers received calls around 8:30 p.m. Sept. 1 about a loud party at the house where the shooting later occurred. When officers arrived, they found 20 to 30 people inside but did not see any alcohol violations.
At 10:08 p.m., dispatchers received reports of shots fired, and a Clinton police officer found the victim at the scene. Officers from multiple agencies arrived at the scene shortly thereafter.
Boney was found outside with a gunshot wound to his upper body, according to a court document. Police found a handgun in the backyard of a home directly behind the home where the party was.