FARMINGTON -- The man who deputies say shot another man in West Point was sentenced to serve three years' probation and was given credit for time already served in Davis County Jail.
Joshua Carl Henry, 38, of Salt Lake City, appeared in 2nd District Court on Tuesday. A sentence of 1 to 15 years in Utah State Prison was suspended.
Henry was accused of shooting a man at a party in West Point on Sept. 1. A bullet grazed the victim's face and penetrated his chest, according to court documents.
Henry was ordered to serve his probation under the supervision of Adult Probation and Parole. He also was given credit for the 188 days he served in jail since his arrest. He was ordered to pay a $990 fine.
Henry had pleaded guilty in March to one count of forgery, a second-degree felony, and one count of aggravated assault, a third-degree felony. He was originally charged with first-degree felony attempted murder, third-degree felony sale or transfer of a firearm to a restricted person, and class A misdemeanor giving false personal information to a police officer.