BANGOR — A Bangor man accused of firing shots from an apartment window, forcing the city’s Fourth of July parade to be rerouted, has been ordered held on $100,000 bail.

Police say 43-year-old Perrin Oliver sent a woman and child fleeing from his apartment Thursday and then fired about 70 shots during a four-hour standoff before a tactical team used tear gas to take him into custody.

Search photos available for purchase: Photo Store →

Perrin, who made his initial court appearance Monday through video conference from jail, is charged with criminal threatening and aggravated reckless conduct with a firearm. It was unclear if he’s retained a lawyer.

No one was hurt in the standoff.

But one person was killed on the rerouted parade route. Police say an antique fire truck crashed into a tractor, killing the tractor’s operator.