Bishop was showing off his moves in the center of a dance circle at Mile High Spirits bar on June 2 when he launched into a back handspring.
The agent, named by police as Chase Bishop, was performing a backflip in a nightclub when his gun fell out of his pocket and shot a bystander in the leg. "If an additional charge needs to be filed after further evidence is received, we can file those charges then".
"The FBI will continue to fully cooperate with the Denver Police Department and the Denver District Attorney's Office as this matter proceeds through the judicial process", she said.
Bishop, 29, was not arrested when the shooting happened.
The injured man, 24-year-old Tom Reddington, suffered a "serious, but not life-threatening" gunshot wound to his lower leg, McCann said. After an arrest warrant was issued, Bishop turned himself in Tuesday, reported the Denver Post. The FBI also has not released any information about its policy for agents carrying weapons while off duty and in alcohol establishments.
The firearm went off when the agent picked it up. "The whole team at Mile High Spirits is praying for the victim's quick recovery, and he's welcome at Mile High Spirits to enjoy complimentary drinks forever".
Retired FBI supervisory special agent James A. Gagliano wrote for CNN that he understood the need for a young agent to blow off steam.
"This agent should have taken better care to hide and secure his weapon", Gagliano wrote. A muzzle flash can be seen on the video. That's an egregiously unacceptable concealment effort.