FBI Agent Chase Bishop was charged with second-degree assault after he accidentally fired a shot that struck a bystander at a crowded bar in Colorado.
The Denver Police Department responded to Mile High Spirits Distillery on Lawrence Street on the morning of June 2.
He's now been identified as 29-year-old Chase Bishop and has been charged with second-degree assault over the incident.
In the video described by the Denver Post, Bishop did a backflip in the center of a circle of people, and his gun fell from its holster.
When the off-duty agent goes to pick the firearm up, he somehow manages to squeeze the trigger, resulting in a sudden flash of light and panic among the watching crowd. Depending on what those results, additional charges could be filed.
The agent, who has been named in the USA as Chase Bishop, could also face further charges pending the results of an alcohol blood test.
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"We are filing this charge now rather than waiting until the BAC report is received, which we understand could take another week", District Attorney Beth McCann said.
Bishop's attorney, David Goddard, asked the judge to allow the Federal Bureau of Investigation agent to travel after he posted $1,000 bond.
Bishop quickly holsters his gun as some patrons flee and others appear shocked and confused.
Reddington told ABC News last week that he thought someone was setting off a firecracker before realizing he had been shot.
'And that's when it clicked in my head, "Oh, I've been shot". As for Agent Bishop, if it turns out he was intoxicated at the time of the accident he'll be fired. Reddington has been offered "complimentary drinks forever" at the business.