Henderson, Nev. -- A Henderson Court Justice of the Peace has ruled that a Henderson man will stand trial for shooting and killing a woman.
During a preliminary hearing Monday, the court ruled there was enough evidence to pursue a murder case against Colin Lowery.
According to Henderson Police, 22-year-old Lowery shot 23-year-old Cherish Pincombe in the head after a night of playing video games, drinking and chatting on the internet.
Lowery told police he did not think the weapon was loaded when he pulled the trigger. He claims Pincombe reloaded the pistol while he was in the bathroom.