ANOTHER two people have been arrested following a shooting in North Albury on Saturday, including a man accused of pulling the trigger.
A 38-year-old Wodonga man attended the Albury Police Station about 1.30pm on Wednesday after arrangements were made for him to hand himself in.
A 40-year-old man handed himself in half-an-hour later.
Groves was arrested after the incident after being dropped off at his Prune Street home.
Police had cordoned off the property and urged him to hand himself in.
It's alleged he was acting in concert with the 38-year-old when the shot was fired, and he has also been charged with ice supply.
The victim, who had bullet injuries to his hand and thigh, discharged himself from hospital against medical advice.
Police have seized a weapon and are working to determine if it was used in the shooting.
Detective Acting Inspector Chris Wallace said police had negotiated for the alleged shooter to hand himself in on Wednesday.
“(It) enabled him to turn up here peacefully, so there was no harm to the community, the police or to himself,” he said outside the Albury station.
“We’ve seized a weapon and we’re continuing our investigation in relation to whether that weapon was used on Saturday night.”
A home was also searched at Wodonga on Wednesday as part of the investigation.
Detective Acting Inspector Wallace said it would be alleged the 38-year-old and Groves “committed the offences together as a joint criminal enterprise”.
“As far as the risk to the community, to those people involved and the police, I’d say it’s fairly low now which is good,” he said.
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