A 43-year-old Eldon man has been ordered to stand trial on felony burglary and assault charges after his appearance in Miller County Associate Court on Monday. Following the preliminary hearing, Judge Jon Kaltenbronn ruled that there is enough evidence against Raymond Haag for the case to be bound over to circuit court. Haag was actually shot in the arm during the July 31st incident while he, allegedly, was swinging a hatchet at Larry Howlett who he accused of having an affair with his wife. Testimony by Howlett also seemingly contradicted where the entry and exit wounds were on Haag’s arm, and called into question how a casing from the gun and a puddle of Haag’s blood were found outside of the mobile home instead of inside where Howlett claimed the shooting happened. Haag will next appear in court to be arraigned on the circuit level in January.