BROCKTON (CBS) — A Fall River man injured in a shooting that involved a Mass. State Police trooper was ordered held without bail. Claude Brown-Madison, 25, was arraigned via webcam from his hospital bed at Boston Medical Center Monday.

A State Trooper was involved in a shooting in Brockton Saturday morning (WBZ-TV)

He is charged with armed assault with intent to murder, assault with a dangerous weapon, firearm violation after committing three prior violent or drug offenses, unlawful possession of a firearm, and possession of a firearm without an FID card.

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On Saturday, Brown-Madison was injured when he was shot in the lower body after a confrontation with a trooper on Colonel Bell Drive in Brockton, the agency said.

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Police initially responded to the area for a domestic disturbance with reports of shots fired. When faced with a trooper, Brown-Madison pointed a gun at him, State Police said.

Neighbors were shaken up though. “It’s scary. I cried. Like I said, this is not a bad street, it’s very quiet and everything. When I have to hear that, it makes me want to move,” said Michelle Prince.

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A dangerousness hearing for Brown-Madison was scheduled for April 30.