GRASONVILLE, Md. (AP) — The Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Department says two men have been charged with attempted murder in a drive-by shooting last month in Grasonville.

Vernel McFarland Jr., 36, of Grasonville and David Sorrell, 24, of Camden-Wyoming, Del., were arrested on Tuesday. They are each being held on more than $1 million bond.

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The Star-Democrat of Easton reports that charging documents say on Oct. 12, shots were fired from a vehicle toward two men who were standing at the edge of Sawmill Lane. No one was hurt.

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Court documents say one of the men was in an altercation with one of McFarland’s sons earlier in the day.

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