CRESTVIEW — A Crestview man has been found guilty on charges of attempted second-degree murder with a firearm, improper display of a firearm and shooting into an occupied vehicle, the state attorney's office has announced.

Bill Eddins, state attorney for the First Judicial Circuit, said Monday that Terry Boldridge was found guilty after a jury trial.

The charges arose from an incident that occurred Oct. 25, 2017 at the Quinta Villa Apartments in Crestview. A dispute between Boldridge and the victim took place while they were in Boldridge’s apartment. The victim left the apartment and sat in his car.

After several minutes, Boldridge obtained a firearm and went outside, walked up to the victim’s vehicle and shot the victim multiple times. Boldridge returned to his apartment where he reloaded the firearm. Boldridge then went back outside and fired five more shots at the victim as he drove away. The victim survived the shooting.

Sentencing has been scheduled for Sept. 6, 2018 before Circuit Judge Michael A. Flowers.

Boldridge faces a possible maximum sentence of life in prison. The case was investigated by the Crestview Police Department. Assistant State Attorney Jonathan Schlechter was responsible for the prosecution.