Dorsey and Mahaney are charged with Class A felonies of first-degree assault and armed criminal action stemming from a Nov. 29 shooting on Broadway that left a man injured.

Two defendants charged in connection with a November shooting on Broadway will appear in the 10th Circuit Court for arraignment hearings in March.

Tion S. Dorsey, and Myron Mahaney, both of Mexico, appeared before Judge John Jackson for preliminary hearings in Marion County Associate Court on Monday, Feb. 27. Andrew Garnett represented Dorsey, and Raymond Legg represented Mahaney. Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton represented the state. Jackson found probable cause to bind each case over to Circuit Court for arraignment — or formal reading of charges.

Dorsey and Mahaney are charged with Class A felonies of first-degree assault and armed criminal action.

Dorsey is scheduled to appear for arraignment before Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd for arraignment at 11 a.m. Friday, March 2. Mahaney's arraignment hearing before Shepherd is set for 9 a.m. Monday, March 5.

If convicted, they could each face a term from between 10 and 30 years or life in prison on the first charge and three years or more for the second charge.

According to a probable cause statement from the Hannibal Police Department, Mahaney was among four occupants in a vehicle witnesses reported was involved in a shooting at about 8:47 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, on the 2500 block of Broadway. After Hannibal Police officers relayed witnesses’ reports to neighboring law enforcement agencies, Ralls County Sheriff’s deputies stopped a vehicle matching the provided descriptions at about 9:06 p.m. and took the four occupants into custody.

Dorsey told detectives that he was an occupant in the vehicle and that Mahaney shot the victim.

Hannibal Police officers took Mahaney into custody on Friday, Dec. 1 without incident. Mahaney admitted to firing the gun at the victim and toward other witnesses, according to the probable cause statement.

Both are incarcerated in the Marion County Jail, each with a $100,000 cash-only bond.