53-year-old Sea World employee was arrested Friday in relation to a shooting that endangered a teenager, Polk County Sheriff's Office said Sunday.
Deputies said they arrested Orville Lee Wollard III, of Davenport, for firing a gun at another man as he physically restrained a16-year-old child. Wollard was charged with shooting a deadly missile within an occupied dwelling, child abuse without great harm and assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill.
According to an arrest affidavit, 17-year-old Austin Adam O'Hara was arguing with another person in the home. Wollard came out of his bedroom, grabbed the 16-year-old and told O'Hara he had four seconds to leave the residence. Wollard fired one shot from his revolver, striking a bag O'Hara was holding, authorities said.
Authorities said the shooting occurred sometime between May 14 and June 14. Police discovered the incident during an investigation after they received a call about possible child abuse. The original complaint appeared to be unfounded, but authorities said their investigation revealed the earlier incident.
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