One witness inside the apartment at the time Ingram shot his gun told police he saw Ingram shoot the firearm. The witness also confirmed the gun was Ingram’s because Ingram “doesn’t go anywhere without a gun,” the affidavit said.
After Ingram finished firing his gun, Ingram and the witness both told police the gun was thrown into the field directly behind the apartment. Police found and recovered the gun.
Ingram was booked into Oklahoma County Jail the day after the alleged shoot-out. According to Cleveland County court records, Ingram’s bond has been set at $25,000.