Formal Arraignment Set For Media Man Involved In Broomall Shooting
Matthew Cook, 24, of Media, will face a formal arraignment on April 26.
BROOMALL–The 24-year-old ex-boyfriend involved in a February shooting that occurred at his ex-girlfriend's home on Dorman Avenue in Broomall faces a formal arraignment on April 26.
Matthew Cook, 24, of Media, was arrested on Feb. 26 for shooting off a stolen handgun at the doorstep of his former girlfriend's home on Dorman Avenue in Broomall.
Cook was arrested and faces nine charges: criminal attempt of homicide, aggravated assault, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, terroristic threats with the intention to terrorize another, possession of instruments of a crime with intent, prohibitive offensive weapons, firearms not to be carried without a license, and receiving stolen property.
Bail was set for $500,000 with no percent cash option by Magisterial District Judge Leon Hunter on Feb. 27. Cook was unable to post bail, according to court documents.
Cook's preliminary hearings started on March 8 and were continued through March 29 before Magisterial District Judge David Lang. Cook is currently withheld at Delaware County Prison. He is represented by defense attorney Nora Blair Burgess Beatty of Media.