Man accused of shooting ex-girlfriend on Christmas Day back behind bars

​OKLAHOMA CITY - A man accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend in front of several children on Christmas was transported back to jail without bond after previously bonding out.

Adrian Permetter is accused of shooting his ex-girlfriend, Stacy Anderson, on Christmas night following an argument about their son.

"It is the very epitome of terror," Scott Rowland, 1st Assistant District Attorney for Oklahoma County, said.

The piercing screams from the 911 call rang out in an emotional courtroom during a bond hearing for Adrian Permetter.

Caller: Stay with us Stacy!

Dispatcher: Okay, Can you guys, are you going stay with your mom?

Caller: Stay awake

Dispatcher: Okay, How is she doing? Is she awake? She's awake. She's awake.

On that call, you hear Anderson's teenage daughter and her cousin.

Anderson, Permetter's ex, was shot twice, allegedly by him.

She spent two weeks in the hospital recovering.

"He shot this lady and fled," Rowland said. "The state of Oklahoma had to literally drag him back to Oklahoma through the extradition process."

Then, just a day after he was booked into the Oklahoma County jail, he was granted a $44,000 bond and bonded out.

That shock and frightened the victim and her loved ones, which led the victim and her kids to go into hiding.

"She doesn't even feel safe in her home, constantly looking over her shoulder," Keagan Cook, a friend of Anderson's, said.

"He's proven he's a threat to the community by his long list of prior crimes and his current crime," Rowland said.

That's what prosecutors argued during the hearing.

In court, he claimed he only left Oklahoma to visit his mom. Also, he said he didn't know Anderson was shot until weeks later.

The judge ruled and Permetter's bond was revoked. He left the courtroom in handcuffs, but he had a lot to say on his way out.

"I think the state is crooked. They just went off of my bond for no reason and they're telling me about a witness, Aimi Stacy. If that was the case and I did what they say I did, I sure wouldn't..." Permetter muttered something else while getting into the elevator.

Before the elevator doors closed, we asked him if he was guilty.

"I didn't shoot her, didn't have a gun or anything of that," Permetter said.

That witness Permetter mentioned, Aimi Stacy, is accused of helping Permetter get away.

Permetter will now stay in jail until his next court appearance.

"It's a fairly unusual move but it's one that's permitted in cases where there is no condition of release that would ensure the safety of the community," Rowland said.

Permetter faces a charge of shooting with the intent to kill.