A reported domestic assault involving shots being fired comes to an end with felony charges filed in Miller County. The probable cause statement alleges the incident happened back on May 28th at a location along Old Tuscumbia Road. The statement goes on to indicate that, both, the suspect -Donald Burleigh Junior – and his unidentified daughter were drunk when they returned home, where a verbal altercation turned physical. Burleigh then, allegedly, grabbed two pistols, pointing one at his own head before threatening to kill himself, and then firing two shots out an open door. By the time law enforcement arrived, both Burleigh and his daughter had fled from the scene and the wife, still at the home, directed officers to the two handguns which were seized as evidence. Further investigation determined that Burleigh is a convicted felon who cannot possess firearms. He is charged with two felony counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and one felony count of stealing a firearm. One of the handguns seized had been reported as stolen out of the Grandview area.