A Cape Girardeau man accused of firing a weapon at a vehicle in April is facing additional charges after allegedly bribing a witness not to testify against him. 28-year old Brandon L. King was arraigned Monday on charges of tampering with a witness. King, who was being held on an unlawful use of a weapon charge in the April incident, bonded out of jail Sept. 15. On Sept. 17, King contacted a Cape woman and told her to have someone contact the victim while in possession of a handgun. Cape Girardeau police Sgt. Adam Glueck says King allegedly told the woman he would give the victim $3,500 not to testify against him. A new warrant was issued for King and his bond was set at $50,000 cash only. His bond was revoked on the unlawful use of a weapon charge, and a new bond was set at $70,000. He also had his bond revoked on a related charge of resisting or interfering with arrest; the new bond on that count was set at $15,000. Both of those cases have been continued to Oct. 13. A preliminary hearing in the tampering case has been set for Oct. 23.