An early morning shooting Friday at a local night club resulted in the arrest of three Holdenville men. No injuries were reported as a result of the assault.

Jesse James Ramsey, 21, Holdenville, was arrested following the shooting and later admitted to law enforcement of his alleged involvement in the crime.

According to Pontotoc County Undersheriff Joe Glover, Ada Central Dispatch received several 911 calls reporting shots being fired in the parking lot of the C-4 Club located north of Ada on SH-99.

PCSO Deputies Brad Holloway and Eric Holcomb responded to the scene and determined the driver of a gold 2002 Pontiac Firebird had fired several gunshots from the vehicle while it was parked at the bar, Glover said. The vehicle reportedly fled the scene before deputies arrived.

Glover said after obtaining witness statements and speaking with the intended victim, who was reportedly unharmed, the PCSO placed an area broadcast of the suspect vehicle to surrounding law enforcement agencies. Glover said within about 15 minutes of this radio broadcast, the suspect vehicle was spotted by a Seminole County deputy who followed the vehicle to a house in Holdenville.

Glover said three individuals were taken into custody and brought back to Ada for questioning. During an interview, Glover said the driver, Ramsey, admitted to using a 9mm semi-automatic handgun to fire four shots from his car while it was parked at the bar.

The suspect vehicle was impounded and, during an inventor search, Holcomb identified four spent 9mm rounds on the car floorboard, Glover said.

Ramsey was arrested on charges for assault with a deadly weapon and shooting with intent to kill, Glover said. The other two vehicle occupants face felony accessory charges. Glover said all three are scheduled to appear in District Court Monday at 1 p.m.