Charges were dropped Wednesday against a Tulsa man accused of shooting at his own father after a witness for the prosecution failed to show up for court.
Thomas McClendon was charged in May with shooting with intent to kill, possession of a firearm after former felony conviction, gang-related offense and resisting an officer.
Police said McClendon, also known as The General, fired a couple of shots at his father during an argument.
The state requested the charge be dismissed after the witnessed didn't show up. McClendon has numerous other charges - mostly drug related - still pending in another felony case, according to court records.