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ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. (AP) — A white suburban Detroit homeowner accused of shooting at a black teenager who came to his door to ask for directions will stand trial.

Jeffrey Zeigler was bound over Tuesday to circuit court after waiving his preliminary examination on assault with intent to murder and gun charges in the April 12 shooting.

Defense attorney Robert Morad told The Associated Press that issues in the case will be dealt with at trial.

Fourteen-year-old Brennan Walker told police he missed his school bus and knocked on the 53-year-old Zeigler’s door in Rochester Hills after getting lost while walking to high school. Brennan said he ran after seeing a man inside the house grab a gun. He heard a gunshot, but was not hurt.