CINCINNATI (AP) - Authorities say a man charged in a shooting at an Ohio veterans hospital intended to intimidate former co-workers he believed were having inappropriate relationships with his wife and daughter.
Federal authorities said in a statement that 59-year-old Neil Moore, of Trotwood, was charged Tuesday in Dayton with assault with a dangerous weapon and use of a deadly weapon during the commission of a violent crime.
Court documents say Moore entered a room where several people were playing cards and pointed a gun at them saying not to "mess" with his family.
Authorities say Moore fired multiple times when one of the game's participants lunged at him, wounding another person in the ankle.
Moore remains in federal custody. His attorney didn't immediately return a call Tuesday.