OTTAWA -- A 42-year-old man from of Central Frontenac Township has been charged with attempted murder, arson and other weapons charges after a man was shot and two buildings were destroyed in the tiny village of Parham, Ont. Sunday night, about 45 minutes north of Kingston.

Brian Daniel Mosher, 42, was charged Monday afternoon after an overnight manhunt led to his arrest earlier in the day at a residence in the Hartington area, just south of Parham.

A local man saw smoke in the village just before 8:30 p.m. Sunday and thought it had been coming from the historic St. James’ Anglican Church and was grazed by a bullet as he went to investigate, Central Frontenac Mayor Frances Smith said early Monday morning. He was treated by paramedics for non-life threatening injuries. 

Police allege Mosher set the fire in his own residence, next the church, which quickly spread and destroyed both buildings before he fled the scene.

Mosher faces a total of eight charges including attempted murder with a firearm, careless use of a firearm, arson, uttering threats and possession of a dangerous weapon.

He is scheduled to appear in court in Kingston for a bail hearing on Tuesday.