A Lena teen-ager accused of pointing a gun at a man's head, then firing it next to his ear, faces three charges in Oconto County Circuit Court.
Roy H. O'Harrow, 18, was charged with second degree recklessly endangering safety, pointing a firearm at another and negligent handling of a weapon.
The victim told an Oconto County deputy that while he was at a party off Little River Road in the town of Little River, O'Harrow confronted him about a fight with another man earlier in the evening.
O'Harrow asked if he wanted to fight, and the man said no. The complaint says O'Harrow replied "well then, I'll shoot you."
O'Harrow is alleged to have pulled out a small revolver and put it to the man's forehead. They continued to argue for about 30 seconds.
The man said after daring O'Harrow to shoot him, O'Harrow put the pistol by the man's ear and fired the gun. Several other people at the party grabbed O'Harrow and took the gun away from him, the complaint says.
The fight earlier in the evening was at a party off County Highway J, where a man was allegedly trying to start fights and hit several people. The victim said he tried to control the man and got into a fight with him.
At his intial appearance on Oct. 9, Judge Michael T. Judge set O'Harrow's bond at $1,000 cash. He ordered O'Harrow not to possess firearms, maintain absolute sobriety and he be at home unless in school or work.
The recklessly endangering safety charge is a felony punishable by up to 10 years prison.