A man wanted for numerous violent felonies was arrested and being held in jail on bonds totaling $85,000.

Andrew Scott Luna, 21, of Canadian, was arrested Wednesday after warrants for his arrest were issued Monday by Pittsburg County Associate District Judge Tim Mills.

Luna was being held Thursday in the Pittsburg County Jail on multiple bonds.

One bond was set at $35,000 for shooting with intent to kill, domestic

assault and battery by strangulation, domestic assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and possess firearms after conviction of during probation.

A $25,000 bond was set for a second charge of shooting with intent to kill and possession of a firearm after former felony conviction. Luna is also being held on another $25,000 bond after Mills issued a warrant for his arrest following an application to accelerate a 2017 deferred sentence was filed.

A second man, Jerry Ray Luna Jr., was also being held without bond Thursday for charges of harboring a fugitive and assisting in a felony, Pittsburg County Sheriff Chris Morris said in a social media post.

A probable cause affidavit states that on June 13, Andrew Luna allegedly assaulted a woman in the Canadian Shores area before pointing a pistol at a group of people who were trying to help the woman.

On June 14, Andrew Luna is alleged to have shot a man in the lower leg in rural Pittsburg County. According to an affidavit, the ankle of the shooting victim was shattered and the bullet “completely severed an artery” and the man was flown to Tulsa for further treatment.

Morris thanked Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troopers Garrett Gray and Austin Mass for their assistance in the case and for locating the two “dangerous criminals.”

Contact Derrick James at djames@mcalesternews.com

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