Bail Set For Man Who Drove Into Chippewa Bar on Purpose
A scary situation happened over the weekend at Bottoms Up on Chippewa. One man, who was rejected from coming inside the bar took his car and drove it into the bar in spite of the situation.
The 24-year-old man, Najee Shabazz Jackson was arraigned on charges of reckless endangerment, assault and criminal mischief and held at $50,000 bail. The DA is also looking into the guard that
Erie County District Attorney John Flynn has other concerns, amid reports that an armed security guard in the bar fired off a shot during the incident.
"The fact that he chose to fire a weapon with what appears to be a number of people gathered around the bar is initially disconcerting to me," said Flynn. "I want to make sure that is justified, so I am looking into that as well", according to WGRZ.
He is due back in court later this week.