The FBI agent who accidentally shot a man in the leg after doing a black flip is now facing a fourth-degree felony.
"It is shocking that the only shooting to ever occur at our establishment came about as a result of an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent entering our distillery tasting room carrying a loaded firearm without our knowledge, in violation of our rules", the bar said, adding later: "We are deeply saddened by the events that occurred and look forward to speaking with representatives of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, so we can come to understand his presence and his need to be armed in our establishment".
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.
A video of the incident captured by another bar patron, and spread widely online, showed Bishop break dancing, then performing a backflip.
A former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent told 9NEWS that an agent who accidentally discharges a weapon will be automatically suspended for three days without pay. Bishop then put the gun back in his trousers and walked away with his hands up. Police have said Bishop was dancing at the downtown club on June 2 when the gun fell from the agent's waistband holster onto the floor. He was taken to a hospital, where he was listed in good condition.
Prosecutors said Mr Bishop had not been formally charged yet. The agent was taken to police headquarters and later released to a supervisor with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Multiple sources told 9Wants to Know that Bishop is not assigned to the Denver office and works out of Washington D.C.
He turned himself in on Tuesday morning after an arrest warrant was issued by Denver police, said Maro Casparian, a spokeswoman for the Denver District Attorney's Office.
"Then I looked down at my leg and see some brown residue, ..."