New details emerge in the Oscar Pistorius case...but not about the South African Olympian, but the lead investigator.
Police say detective Hilton Botha faces attempted murder charges over a 2011 shooting.
Detective Hilton Botha is scheduled to appear in court in May on seven counts of attempted murder.
According to the charges, Botha and two other police officers fired shots at a minibus back in October 2011.
Prosecution in the Pistorius hearing say they were unaware of the charges against the detective when they put him on the stand in court to explain why the athlete should not be given bail.
Charges against the detective were initially dropped following the incident.
Botha gave testimony in the Pistorius bail hearing on Wednesday.