Wife shot four times to steal Nazi flag from neighbor’s house
Oklahoma man who flies ‘proud’ Nazi flags into his home ‘shot wife, 26, multiple times in the back after stealing swastika banner’
- 44-year-old Alexander Feaster is charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon and shoots with intent to kill
- Feaster is accused of shooting Kyndal McVey, 26, three to five times in the back for stealing one of his Nazi flags
- County Sheriff said McVey was at a party across the street from Feaster’s house in Hunter, Oklahoma, when someone challenged her to steal one of his Nazi banners
An Oklahoma man notorious in his city for flying multiple Nazi flags on his property has been arrested after allegedly shooting a woman several times in the back for stealing one of his swastika-decorated banners.
Hunter 44-year-old Alexander Feaster was arrested Sunday on charges of assault and battery with a deadly weapon and fired with the intention of killing.
According to Sherfield Jody Helm, Garfield County, at around 3 a.m., a group of people was at a party across the street from Feaster’s house in East Cherokee’s 200 block when 26-year-old Kyndal McVey apparently was one of the man’s swastika flags .
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Alexander Feaster, 44 (left), has been charged with assault and battery with a deadly weapon and shoots with intent to kill for alleged shooting at Kyndal McVey, 26 (right)
Feaster reportedly opened fire after acting on a challenge, McVey grabbed one of the Nazi flags from his possession (photo)
McVey approached Feaster’s yard and snatched the banner. When she turned to return to her friends, Helm said someone shouted “gun.”
“She dropped the flag at the end of the driveway and shots were fired,” the sheriff told the local station. KFOR.
Certified affidavit by a probable cause NBC NewsFeaster fired eight rounds, possibly with a Colt AR-15 A2 rifle, and between three and five of the shots hit McVey in the back as she fled.
The incident was recorded on surveillance video, which was later reviewed by a responding alternate.
“It’s important to note that Kyndal didn’t appear to be in any way a threat to Feaster because she clearly walked away from his home with only a flag in her hand,” the affidavit said.
A neighbor said that Feaster has been flying swastika-decorated banners to his house for a year
McVey collapsed into a ditch and a friend rushed over to provide first aid while awaiting first responders.
Meanwhile, a neighbor moved his pickup truck in front of Feaster’s house to create a barricade to protect McVey, as a precautionary witness trained a gun on his house.
Delegates who responded to the scene arrested Feaster without incident. Helm said he immediately asked for a lawyer.
A subsequent search of the swastika-decorated house of Feaster revealed 15 firearms, “and the deputy wrote in the affidavit that the suspect” anticipated an incident. “
“There was a large ashtray with several cigarette butts and a handcuff bag with handcuffs on a box next to the seat,” said the deputy. “It turned out that Mr. Feaster was anticipating an incident and had been watching from there.”
McVey survived the shooting and was taken to OU Medical Center where she was reported in good condition.
McVey was shot in the back three to five times and collapsed into a ditch. She survived and was hospitalized in good condition
According to the description of one GoFundMe campaign, the 26-year-old has undergone at least one surgery and has a long road ahead of recovery.
A neighbor said that Feaster flies the Nazi flags over his house for about a year. A few banners had been stolen earlier.
The neighbor also said that in public, Feaster would sometimes wear an all-black outfit with a red swastika bracelet.
A judge determined Feaster’s bond at $ 500,000. He must return to court on July 9.