Bobby Shaffer was killed and Tristan Kauffeld was injured when they were run over in the parking lot of the Red Dirt Bar in Colcord on Oct. 21, authorities said.

JAY — An Arkansas man charged with second-degree murder in an altercation involving a pickup truck outside a Delaware County bar was overheard asking “who else” did he need to run over, according to a witness statement.

James Warren Winningham, 41, of Siloam Springs is charged with second-degree murder, two counts of assault and battery by means or force likely to produce death, two counts of leaving the scene of personal injury accident and leaving the scene of collision resulting in death.

He is free on $110,000 bail and scheduled to return to court Jan. 9.

Bobby Shaffer was killed and Tristan Kauffeld was injured when they were run over in the parking lot of the Red Dirt Bar in Colcord on Oct. 21, authorities said.

Witnesses later heard Winningham say “he ran over four or five people” and asked “who else he needed to run over,” according to an affidavit.

Tasha Price, Shaffer’s girlfriend, told investigators that Winningham approached her in the parking lot and accused her of throwing rocks on the Dodge Ram 3500 pickup he was driving, the affidavit states.

Shaffer and Kauffeld got out of a separate vehicle, approached Winningham and got into an argument that led to Winningham using his vehicle to ram Price’s vehicle, knocking her down, the affidavit states.

When Price regained her composure, she saw Kauffeld and Shaffer on the ground. Shaffer died at the scene and Kauffeld was taken to a hospital with injuries, it states.

Witnesses told investigators that Winningham was “mouthing” people, appeared to be looking to fight and “was revving up the (truck’s) engine,” the affidavit states.

He also called his home, was put on speakerphone and was heard saying he “had run people over and hit cars,” the affidavit states.The front end and headlights of the truck were observed to be dented, the affidavit states.

Afterwards, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation sought the public’s help in trying to locate the truck, but it was not clear whether agents had located it.