The man convicted in the 2011 shooting death of his friend and sentenced to probation is facing new charges.

Chattanooga police arrested Myles Stout, 25, on Sunday and charged him with public intoxication.

According to court documents, Stout was found unresponsive in the driver’s seat of a car at the Krystal’s on Cherokee Boulevard. An officer was able to wake Stout after several attempts and noted he smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech.

In 2014, Stout was arrested for indecent exposure and public intoxication after allegedly urinating on a neighbor’s car at an apartment complex on Jewell Road.

Stout was convicted in 2012 of reckless homicide and reckless endangerment after pointing a gun at his friend’s chest and pulling the trigger. Stout claimed he didn’t know the gun was loaded. He was sentenced to 12 years probation and ordered to pay $22,000 restitution.

Stout is expected to appear in court on the new public intoxication charge on May 31.