GREENVILLE, N.C. — A judge has set a bond of $2 million for a North Carolina man accused of shooting his wife.

WITN-TV in Greenville reports bond for Calvin Miller was set during a hearing on Wednesday. During the hearing, Miller denied shooting his wife.

As a condition of his bond, Miller can’t have any contact with his wife and daughter if he is released from jail.

Pitt County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Kip Gaskins said Charlene Miller suffered life-threatening injuries in the shooting on Tuesday at a farm supply store where she worked. According to investigators, the woman was shot twice with a .22-caliber rifle. She is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.

Court records show Charlene Miller obtained a domestic protection order against her husband on Monday.

Information from: WITN-TV,

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