PHILADELPHIA (AP) -A Philadelphia man shot with a gun owned by Colts receiver Marvin Harrison is headed to trial, accused of lying to police.
Dwight Dixon is due in Philadelphia municipal court Wednesday on three charges of making false sworn statements, according to court records.
Dixon initially told police he was shot during a robbery but later accused Harrison of shooting him. Attorney Robert Gamburg says Dixon did not immediately identify Harrison because he was afraid of him.
Three weeks ago, the Philadelphia District Attorney announced it was clear Harrison's gun was used in the shooting last April 28 but that there was not enough evidence to determine who fired it.

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