Thomas Reddington, 24, of Denver was sitting at a table near where Bishop was dancing and was hit in the left leg by the stray bullet. Possible charges are pending lab results to determine whether alcohol was a factor, along with forensic evidence. Bishop fell forward, his gun slipped out of his waistband and landed on the dance floor. . Bishop then put the gun back into his waistband and walked off the dance floor with his hands up. A bullet hit Reddington in his outer left leg just below the knee and exited his inner leg, he said. Chase Bishop, 30, admitted third-degree assault and was sentenced to two years unsupervised probation.
When the agent retrieved his handgun, it accidentally fired and struck another person in the lower leg, the news release noted. He told 9News that his client was at Mile High Spirits when he realized he was hurt and then became shocked when he saw that he had been shot. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. He jumped up, arching his back and swinging his arms above his head. The gun fell to the floor and, as the agent went to grab it, it fired a shot.
His victim, Thomas Reddington, is still recovering from a severed artery in his lower leg, Mr Reddington's lawyer said yesterday. Denver police are considering possible charges against Chase pending the outcome of laboratory results taken from the agent. Footage of the off-duty agent dancing enthusiastically was captured by a bystander, in a video which has been shared thousands of times. However, an activist found the perfect way to stick it to her. The Denver District Attorney will be reviewing the evidence before deciding whether or not to charge Chase with a crime.
The video shows the off-duty agent reaching for the gun and allegedly accidentally firing the weapon, hitting another patron in the leg. The Associated Press contributed to this report. It discharged when the agent picked it up. Then, he swung his arms back and squatted, as if to prepare for his next big move. The victim, an adult male, was rushed to a local hospital in good condition, said Denver police spokesman Sonny Jackson. Azar noted that his client had been treated and released from the hospital over the weekend. Mr Reddington is said to be happy with the plea deal, his attorney Bill Marlin said.
But it does not overrule owners of private properties, such as bars, clubs and amusement parks, to prohibit concealed weapons. Among the options are termination, suspension or reprimand. His firearm flew from his waistband and went off as he hastily scrambled to pick it up — causing drinker Tom Reddington to suffer a serious gunshot wound to the lower leg. Mr Bishop handed himself in to police on Tuesday and has been charged with second-degree assault. During the flip, his gun fell out of the waistband of his pants.
Police have refused to identify the hospital. He is scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday for a hearing. Meghan McCain wants Americans to know she hates what President Donald Trump has done to the Republican Party. Chase simply should not be among them. It accidentally fired and struck a fellow patron. Chase Bishop, 29, is scheduled to appear in court Wednesday morning and has been booked into the Downtown Denver Detention Center, per the jail records. Ken Lane, spokesman for the district attorney's office, would only confirm the existence of a plea offer.
Saturday, was captured in a 32-second video obtained by. Video of the incident went viral on social media and led to his arrest. It accidentally fired and struck a fellow patron. Surveillance footage is also being reviewed. The police investigation was continuing, and any charges would be determined by the Denver District Attorney's Office, said Officer Marika Putnam. Image copyright Denver Police Department Image caption Video of Chase Bishop who accidentally shot a man while dancing in a Denver nightclub went viral Video of the incident involving Mr Bishop, 29, was widely viewed on social media.
He said he blacked out and either fell to the ground or sat on the ground. June 3, 2018 It was after midnight at the Mile High Spirits bar near downtown Denver, and things were going well for the man in the middle of the dance floor. The agent, named by police as Chase Bishop, was performing a backflip in a nightclub when his gun fell out of his pocket and shot a bystander in the leg. When he went to pick up the weapon, it went off. That patron was taken to a hospital and is in good condition. Witnesses at the bar said they heard the victim shout for help.
He tucked his gun back into his holster and walked away from the dance floor, raising both his hands. In a video, Bishop is seen dancing and then doing a backflip — during which his pistol dropped from his waistband and landed on the floor. However, if you notice, in the video, after firing it into the crowd, he seems to have no concern at all about the possibility that he may have struck someone with a bullet. An officer who was showing off acrobatic dance moves in front of a crowd in a nightclub accidentally shot a man in the leg after his gun fell from his pocket during a backflip. Prosecutors previously said Bishop could face additional charges pending toxicology tests, but a spokesman for the Denver District Attorney Office told that the test results did not support further charges. Bishop was filmed picking up his gun and putting it back into his trousers after accidentally firing it The 32-second video of the jaw-dropping incident went viral after being posted online, leading to Chase being identified as the suspect.
This is evidenced by the fact that the longest government shutdown in American history is underway, and Trump refuses to budge an inch despite the ongoing tantrums of Congressional Democrats. Denver police spokesman Marika Putnam said she does not know what type of gun the agent was carrying. Shocking footage shows the moment Bishop accidentally fires his gun into a crowd of onlookers after dropping it while performing a backflip Shocking footage shows him reaching for the weapon - but mistakenly firing it into a crowd of onlookers. And that's when it clicked in my head, 'Oh, I've been shot. I'm still thinking it's a firework. Tom Reddington, 24, the man who was shot, spoke in court saying he lost his job at an Amazon warehouse following the shooting and may never be able to run again. Bishop was partying at the Mile High Spirits and Distillery on June 2 when he started to show off his moves on the dance floor while his gun was hidden in his waistband.