A Superior man who allegedly shot a gun at an occupied vehicle in the town of Parkland was bound over for arraignment Wednesday, Jan. 13 in Douglas County Circuit Court.

Dominick Allen Moore, 24, faces felony counts of endanger safety by reckless use of a firearm, possession of a firearm by a felon and bail jumping as well as misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and carrying a concealed weapon.

Cash bail of $10,000 was set for Moore, and he was ordered to have no use or possession of a controlled substance or drug-related paraphernalia without a valid prescription and no use or possession of a dangerous weapon.

The shooting incident was reported on Dec. 17. The victim told authorities she was driving a vehicle in a Parkland trailer court when Moore approached her holding a handgun and tried to open the door. As she drove away, he fired a shot in her direction, the criminal complaint said.

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Deputies responded to the area and approached Moore, but he initially ran away. Deputy Cory Fossum saw Moore lying face down on the ground when he went back toward his patrol vehicle to retrieve his K9, Raptor, the complaint said.

Deputies helped Moore up and called for medical transport. They searched Moore and found a handgun zipped in the pocket of his snow pants.

Authorities found a .45 caliber bullet lodged in one of the metal support devices inside the box of the truck the victim was driving, directly behind and in the middle of the driver’s seat.

At the time of the incident, Moore was out on bail for a separate Douglas County case that involves drug possession charges. His next court appearance is set for Feb. 8.