Federal Bureau of Investigation officials have refused to release Bishop's name although he had been identified by other media outlets.
Bishop turned himself in to the Denver Sheriff Department on Tuesday morning after a warrant was issued for his arrest, according to Denver police. "If an additional charge needs to be filed after further evidence is received, we can file those charges then".
The agent, named by police as Chase Bishop, was performing a backflip in a nightclub when his gun fell out of his pocket and shot a bystander in the leg.More news: Bethesda teases The Elder Scrolls VI with first trailer at E3 2018
The distillery/bar in question, Mile High Spirits, has asked some very pertinent questions of the Federal Bureau of Investigation: namely why one of their officers was in their bad with a loaded pistol, participating in dance-offs and doing backflips.
It accidentally fired when Bishop went to pick it up.
Bishop is not assigned to the Denver office but works out of Washington, sources told KUSA.
Sanders said the field office would fully cooperate with Denver police and prosecutors "as this matter proceeds through the judicial process".More news: Brexit: MPs says PM must honour 'assurances' over Parliament's role
The man who was shot was identified as Thomas Reddington and he said in an interview that he was able to laugh at the situation.
"But when I saw him do a backflip, I couldn't help but laugh", Reddington told ABC News' Good Morning America.
"Then I looked at my leg and see some brown residue".
The firearm went off when the agent picked it up.More news: E3 2018: Death Stranding Trailer Mixes Gameplay With Weird Cut-scenes
In a statement posted on Facebook two days after the incident, Mile High Spirits bar said one of its "innocent patrons was shot" because of the agent's "misconduct".