Kinchion fired shots from the house when police officers arrived on the scene, responding to 911 calls from people who saw the shooting, according to the affidavit. Police arrested him after a short standoff and used a Taser on him when he didn't comply with their orders to get on the ground.
Kinchion later admitted to the shooting, telling police, “I shot a man,” Harkins wrote. The affidavit does not explain why Kinchion punched Terry or attacked and shot McCoy.
Kinchion does not have a criminal history listed in state court or state Corrections Department records.
McCoy is survived by his wife and two children, ages 7 and 4. Funeral services were held Wednesday.
The Jeffery McCoy Memorial/Children's Scholarship Fund has been set up at BancFirst, 1201 W Main St. in Norman, for the benefit of the children.
Staff Writer Tim Willert