NORMAN — County prosecutors on Tuesday accused a Nowata man of a drive-by shooting after a barroom altercation in Moore.
Officials with the Cleveland County District Attorney’s Office have charged Jason Preston Bundy, 29, with one felony count of using a vehicle in the discharge of a weapon. The charge stems from a Jan. 29 incident.
Bundy is accused of discharging the firearm while riding in a 2001 Chevrolet Silverado. The incident reportedly occurred after he was asked to leave The Regency Club, 808 NW 24th St. in Moore.
According to a police affidavit:
· Bundy was asked to leave the bar after reportedly holding a knife blade to someone’s chin.
· That person reported hearing gun shots outside the bar 10 to 15 minutes after Bundy was asked to leave.
· The “victim” reportedly saw a vehicle drive off with Bundy hanging out the passenger side, holding a shotgun.
· Police responded to the area after reports that a neighboring business’s window was damaged by a shotgun round.
· The shooting damaged two businesses and a vehicle.
· A warrant for Bundy’s arrest has been requested.
Officials of the Moore Police Department were not available for immediate comment on the case.
A jail official on Tuesday afternoon said Bundy was not in the F. DeWayne Beggs Detention Center, though it could not be confirmed that Bundy had not been booked at an earlier time.
An official with the Cleveland County Court Clerk’s Office said information was not available on the warrant request.
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