$750K bond for suspect in Apache Junction shooting

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APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. (AP) -- Bond has been set at $750,000 for an Apache Junction man accused in a fatal road-rage shooting following a car collision.
 
Maricopa County Sheriff's officials say 49-year-old Kenneth Kammes is being held on suspicion of second-degree murder after Wednesday morning's shooting. He doesn't have a lawyer yet.
 
Authorities say 23-year-old Jordan Sirhan of Apache Junction died after being shot several times on a road just outside the town limits.
 
Court records released Thursday show Kammes had problems with Sirhan since November 2013 over a $200 debt.
 
Police say Sirhan threw a cup of iced tea at Kammes' windshield and Kammes then did the same to Sirhan's car.
 
They say after Sirhan's vehicle rammed Kammes' car, Kammes fired up to seven rounds from a handgun and Sirhan was hit three times.

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