Dancing FBI agent charged in accidental shooting

"Additional charges may be filed based on the results of a pending blood alcohol content analysis", the Denver District Attorney's office said in a statement on Tuesday.

The Denver Police Department responded to Mile High Spirits Distillery at 2201 Lawrence St. on the morning of June 2.

"We are filing this charge now rather than waiting until the BAC report is received, which we understand could take another week, because sufficient evidence has been presented to file it", DA Beth McCann said in a news release. He scrambles for the gun, which fires as he picks it up. He faces charges for second-degree assault but he has not been formally charged, according to NBC affiliate KUSA.

When he went to grab it, the gun went off and wounded a man. After an arrest warrant was issued, Bishop turned himself in Tuesday, reported the Denver Post.

The bullet Bishop fired ended up striking the leg of 24-year-old Tom Reddington, a fellow patron of Mile High Spirits who was seated at a picnic table nearby.

Cellphone video of the incident that has since gone viral on social media shows Bishop dancing on a dance floor in the crowded bar when he suddenly did a backflip.

Special Agent Amy Sanders, a spokeswoman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation field office in Denver, declined to comment on Bishop's employment status with the agency. "Then I looked down at my leg and see some brown residue". All of a sudden from the knee down it became completely red.

Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Chase Bishop appears in a booking photo released by the Denver District Attorney's Office, in Denver, Colorado, U.S., June 12, 2018.

"I originally thought, like, when I found out I got shot it was an altercation I got hit in the crossfire of, because civilian casualties like that, those happen".

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