Man Charged In 'Gold Teeth' Shooting POSTED: 4:04 pm EST December 22, 2006 E-mail this story | Print this story Sign Up for Breaking News Alerts JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Police have charged a 25-year-old man with attempted murder in connection with the shooting last week of a 14-year-old boy who had his gold teeth stolen, according to WJXT-TV. Corey Martin was shot several times just before 8 p.m. Dec. 13 on Stuart Avenue as he was walking home from a convenience store. The victim's mother told WJXT-TV her son was shot and robbed of his gold teeth before he collapsed in a ditch. Martin was taken to Shands-Jacksonville Medical Center with life-threatening injuries, but his mother said the next day he was expected to recover. Friday morning, Walter Hinson Jr. surrendered to police and was charged in the shooting. According to the arrest report, a witness had identified Hinson as a suspect the night of the shooting and he admitted having a .40-caliber handgun with him, but he had a permit to carry the weapon and he denied robbing or shooting anyone. He also denied loaning the gun to anyone else. Ballistics tests of the spent .40-caliber shell casings found at the crime scene matched Hinson's gun and police asked Hinson to come in on Wednesday for a second interview, but the arrest report said he did not keep that appointment. On Friday morning, Hinson and his attorney showed up at the sheriff's office and Hinson was booked into the Duval County jail on a charge of attempted felony murder.