CAMBRIDGE -- Bond was set at $105,000 last Tuesday for Henry Harper, 45, Newcomerstown, who is accused of firing a gun at his former employer's home on Boone Road last Friday night.

Harper was charged with having weapons while under disability, a third-degree felony.

The bond was set during an initial hearing in the Cambridge Municipal Court. Harper remained incarcerated in the Guernsey County jail as of last Wednesday.

Guernsey County Prosecuting Attorney Daniel Padden said he expects to present the case to a grand jury of the Guernsey County Common Pleas Court for consideration of additional charges.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for May 18 in the municipal court.

At 10:50 p.m. last Friday, a call to the Guernsey County Sheriff's Office reported that the family of a Boone Road man had been threatened by a man with a gun.

"It was a former employee (Harper) who was intoxicated," said Sheriff Mike McCauley. "He reportedly fired rounds while the car was in motion."

Harper was located at about 2:50 a.m. Saturday at a Heston Road location.

The initial report indicated Harper fled the scene of the shooting in a blue van driven by a female identified only as his wife or girlfriend.

A female was questioned and later released, according to McCauley.

Two vehicles were reportedly impounded as a result of the investigation.

Reports indicate Harper was at the residence earlier Friday and brandished the gun, but no shots were fired. Harper was reportedly driving the vehicle at that time and the female was a passenger.