Joshua Don Upton, 43, of Muskogee is charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor after an incident on Monday, according to documents filed with the case.
The residents at a residence adjoining his allegedly asked him to leave and he is alleged to have returned armed with a handgun. They asked him to leave again. Deputies allege they saw him placing weapons in a path from his residence to the victims’ residence, including a large knife and an AK 47-type weapon.
Upton is already facing three felonies and five misdemeanors for an April incident at the same residence, where he allegedly pointed a .45-caliber pistol at his juvenile daughters, wife and sister; firing six rounds from the pistol as the family was trying to flee; choking his sister until she passed out; pushing and wrestling to the ground his wife and one of his children who tried to stop him from assaulting his sister; entering the garage of a neighbor brandishing the pistol; telling his adult daughter in the presence of a deputy “the next time I see your face, that will be the end of you”; trying to sneak through the property to the back door and causing a disturbance so witnesses could not speak with deputies.
He is facing a preliminary hearing on the new case on June 16.