Jury Seated in Pleasant Hill Shootings Case Trial

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- A jury has been seated in the trial of man accused of going on a random shooting spree in Pleasant Hill.

33-year-old Pete Polson is charged with three counts of attempted murder among other charges.

Police say Polson randomly opened fire on three people, hitting two of them. A third man was able to duck out of the way.

A state trooper spotted Polson's vehicle about an hour after the shooting spree and he was arrested.

According to court documents, Polson's attorney filed paper work indicating he plans to use an intoxication defense.

Opening statements in the trial begin at 9 a.m. Tuesday.