According to Trooper David L. Bell, Bodnovich shot Harmon in the leg after Harmon allegedly shot Bodnovich’s dog while hunting for coyotes.
Abraham held all charges against Bodnovich for Fayette County Court following the hearing Thursday.
Bell said the incident occurred when Bodnovich was walking in a wooded area near Hi-To Sportsman Club with three friends and his dogs.
Harmon was in the same wooded area riding an all-terrain-vehicle and allegedly hunting for coyotes, Bell said.
While hunting, Harmon allegedly mistook one of Bodnovich’s dogs for a coyote and shot and killed the animal, Bell said.
However, Bell noted that the dog, named Seneca, was wearing an orange neoprene vest when Harmon shot it.
Bell said Bodnovich confronted Harmon about the incident and allegedly shot Harmon in the right leg during the argument.
Harmon was treated at Uniontown Hospital, Bell said.