City Man In Jail After Firing Shots At Bar

A Jamestown man is in city jail after police said he fired eight shots Wednesday night outside a local bar.

City police were alerted before midnight for a report of a man with a gun at the Roadhouse Bar, 1250 E. Second St. Upon arrival, officers learned Zachiel L. Fields, 34, of Curtis Street, fired eight shots while in the parking lot of the bar.

Fields fled the scene before officers arrived, a police report said.

Police responded to Fields’ residence with a search warrant, and gained entry with members of the city SWAT Team. Fields was not found within the residence, police said.

During their search SWAT Team members located the weapon believed to have been fired Wednesday at the Roadhouse.

Fields was found around 9 a.m Thursday, and was taken into custody without incident. Police said the Jamestown man was hiding in a Utica Street apartment.

Fields was charged with first-degree reckless endangerment and felony second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. He was awaiting arraignment Thursday.