More Federal Charges for NY Man Accused of Shooting Outside Augusta Wal-Mart 

One of four people accused of being involved in a shootout at the Augusta Wal-Mart in June is now facing new federal charges.

39-year-old Reginald McBride of New York was previously indicted for possession of a firearm by a prohibited person.

He’s now been indicted for two federal drug charges and is due in court on those next week.

McBride is also facing state charges of attempted murder and reckless conduct with a gun, among others things.

Police say McBride and three others were in cars parked side-by-side when a person in one car started shooting at people in the other, who then returned gunfire.

No one was hurt.

Authorities say the shooting was drug-related.