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11/12/2013 8:27:00 AM
Man shot at Chino Valley party dies
St. Pierre
St. Pierre
Scott Orr
Special to the Review

A man shot at a party in Chino Valley on Nov. 6 has died of his injuries in a Phoenix hospital, according to a police spokesman.

Daniel Beasley, 40, was shot, along with another person, by Scott St. Pierre, Chino Valley Police Lt. Vincent Schaan said.

It happened last Wednesday at about 10 p.m. in the 800 block of East Road 3 North, he said. Police responding to a report of a shooting arrived to find "numerous people" leaving the scene, but they were able to talk to a few witnesses, Schaan said.

They told police that St. Pierre, 24, pulled out a gun and fired at the woman, a 40-year-old Skull Valley resident, and also shot Beasley, Schaan said.

St. Pierre left the scene before police could get there, but they set up a perimeter and began a search with help from Yavapai County Sheriff's deputies, a Department of Public Safety helicopter, and the Prescott Valley Police K-9 unit.

About two hours after the shooting was reported, the K-9 unit located St. Pierre.

The second victim who was shot, a 40-year-old Skull Valley woman, was taken to YRMC with non-life-threatening injuries.

Beasley was flown to St. Joseph's hospital in Phoenix but died Saturday, Schaan said.

St. Pierre was booked into the Camp Verde jail on "numerous felony charges," he added, but the County Attorney's office will now look to revise them.

YCSO spokesman Dwight D'Evelyn said St. Pierre is being held on a $1 million bond.



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Posted: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Article comment by: Megan Rumley

We knew Daniel as a customer of ours. Very nice young man. Too bad his life was cut short, but now he is in Heaven where happiness is eternal. RIP Daniel.....you will be missed.



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