Around 9 a.m., Friday, an ambulance was sent to 50 McNally Road — the home of 53-year-old Randy Erving, according to Maine State Police Lt. Jeff Love. At nearly the same time, Jeremy Erving, 24, St. Albans, entered the Somerset County Sheriff’s Office to report a shooting had occurred at his uncle’s home. Several hours later and after numerous interviews, Love said, the younger Erving was charged with murdering his uncle
State police investigators expected to be at the McNally Road home well into Friday night as they gathered evidence in the shooting death.
The state medical examiner’s office was expected to conduct an autopsy on the elder Erving sometime during the weekend.
Meanwhile, a state police spokesman said the younger Erving could make his first court appearance as early as the first of next week.