Brian Mitchell Jarvis, 30, has been released from Central Regional Jail after he allegedly fired three shots into a Little White Oak residence.

Jarvis was shooting at Michael O. Thomas, according to a police report, Thomas told authorities that he and Jarvis had been in an altercation.

Deputy Justin Metheney and Trooper Portillo of Roane County responded to the scene, accompanied by Grantsville Police Chief Charles Stephens and officer Jeff Starcher.

Jarvis was arrested for wanton endangerment.

Jarvis told Thomas he was "going to get a gun to kill him."

Thomas, according to the report, returned to his residence and locked the door, after which time he told police that he observed Jarvis shooting toward his residence while he looked out his bedroom window.

Thomas said he "could see fire coming out of the end of the barrel," indicating Jarvis fired three times, further saying he could hear things hitting his residence.

Police said Thomas believed Jarvis had a 9mm pistol, Deputy Sheriff Justin Metheney said he found a 9mm cartridge under the driver's seat of the Jarvis vehicle.

The police report said upon their arrival at Jarvis' residence, he came outside where he was handcuffed.

Little White Oak is located in a rural area a short distance from Rt. 16 near Chloe.