A Francis, Oklahoma man now faces a shooting with intent to kill charge in connection with a shooting that injured another man last month near Asher.

David William Walker, 36, is now charged in Pottawatomie County District Court with the single felony count. A $100,000 arrest warrant has been issued.

He is accused in the Feb. 21 shooting that occurred a home in the 38900 block of Leo Road in Asher, where David Woods, 49, was shot three times, court records show.

Sheriff Mike Booth said Woods was shot at the rural residence and was taken to to OU Medical Center for treatment of those gunshot wounds.

Booth, who said there were bullet holes in the victim's car door, said Woods told deputies he was running to his vehicle when he was shot. Booth reported Woods having gunshot wounds to a heel, his side and his shoulder.

Woods, who previously resided in Asher but now resides in Pontotoc County, Booth said, was the victim of another Pottawatomie County shooting back in 2014.

In that case, Woods was a passenger in a vehicle full of people when shots were fired into that vehicle on Gaddy Road.

A Wilburton woman died in that shooting and others were injured. In that case, Woods was reported as having a gunshot wound to his arm and hip. The suspect charged in that case is now serving a prison term.