JOPLIN, Mo. — The bond for a Joplin woman accused of firing a gun outside her car has been set.
Kameron McCain’s bond was set at $100,000 on account of the victim’s medical condition. McCain will also be placed on an ankle monitor and remain under house arrest in Newton County.
McCain is accused of shooting a weapon at a pedestrian near 7th & Wall Ave in Joplin back in July. The victim was uninjured in the shooting.
Joplin woman arrested after firing gun from Mustang
JOPLIN, Mo. — A Joplin woman was arrested Tuesday night after allegedly firing a gunshot at a pedestrian from her car.
A 911 call for reports of shots fired near 7th St. & S. Wall Ave. was received around 11:25 PM.
Officers with JPD visited the caller near the address where they were told a woman in a red Ford Mustang convertible pulled up as she was driving on 7th, and fired one shot towards the victim.
The victim was uninjured in this incident.
The victim was able to provide an identification, however, leading officers to 2813 S. Adele Ave. where they arrested 20-year-old, Kameron McCain, of Joplin.
Charges have been filed by the Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office against McCain for Discharging a Firearm at or from a Motor Vehicle/At a Person (Class B Felony).