The Carroll man involved in an April 12 shooting in Breda has been taken into custody and charged with willful injury causing serious injury and intimidation with a dangerous weapon, both class C felonies, and going armed with intent, a class D felony. Carroll County Sheriff, Ken Pingrey, reports on the morning of Tuesday, June 12, 48-year-old Robert John Morris was arrested and transferred to the Carroll County jail where he is being held on a $25,000 bond. The charges stem from that April incident in which Morris allegedly shot Breda residents, 35-year old Andrew Wempe and 39-year-old Jacob Helkenn, in the lower extremities during a verbal argument. Morris also reportedly received injuries in that incident that were unrelated to the use of a firearm. The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation is assisting in this investigation.