Man facing charges after shooting vehicle near Bozeman

BOZEMAN – A Bozeman guy accused of shooting at one more car while driving on Huffine Tuesday night was noticed in Gallatin County Justice Courtroom on Wednesday early morning.

Tyler J. Wellard, 31, was charged with 3 counts of legal endangerment and three counts of assault with a weapon, all felony expenses.

Wellard has no recorded legal historical past and his bail was established at $250,000.


Edgar Cedillo – MTN News

Tyler J. Wellard, 31, was charged with three counts of legal endangerment and three counts of assault with a weapon, all felony fees. Wellard has no recorded criminal record and his bail was set at $250,000.

In accordance to charging files, at 11:31 pm on Tuesday, May 10, 2022, legislation enforcement acquired a contact about a disturbance with a weapon that happened close to the intersection of Huffine Lane and Circle F Trl.

A man reported that an mysterious human being experienced shot at his vehicle from yet another auto. The male was driving westbound on Huffine with two other men and women. The group experienced gone to a film at Gallatin Valley Mall, which finished at 11 pm. When leaving the mall parking ton, the driver stopped at the stoplight in the correct-hand transform lane. Whilst the man was at the light, a Ford F150 pulled up at the rear of his car or truck and then pulled all around him as the light-weight reportedly turned eco-friendly. When the driver tried using to get the vehicle’s license plate facts, the driver swerved into his lane and braked speedily.

Whilst stopped at the intersection of Huffine and Love Lane, the guy reported that the driver, later recognized as Wellard, experienced rolled down a person of the windows on his automobile. The males noted to regulation enforcement that they observed a flash of light-weight come from inside of the car or truck and listened to a loud sounds like a firecracker. The guy then pulled around and noticed a gap in the driver’s side door, in close proximity to the window frame.

When interviewed, Wellard told the detective that when he still left the Taco Bell in the vicinity of the mall, he pulled powering a automobile that was stopped at the light, waiting to make a right-hand switch onto Huffine Lane. He told the detective that he did not know why the motor vehicle was “just sitting there” when it could make a suitable change on crimson. Wellard documented that he did go about the auto because they have been not transferring, but the automobile came racing up powering him on Huffine.

In close proximity to the intersection of Huffine and Adore, Wellard reportedly resolved to brandish his gun at the other auto to get them to again off. As he was pointing his gun out of the again window of the F150 he reportedly claimed he accidentally pulled the cause of his gun, firing a single round. Wellard reiterated various instances that he did not intend to shoot his gun.

Wellard was stopped soon after a brief time by legislation enforcement on Jackrabbit Lane. His subsequent courtroom overall look is set for May possibly 20, 2022.