JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) — A man confronted his estranged wife in a movie theater parking lot before fatally shooting a Missouri Southern State University assistant football coach who went to the movie with her, Joplin police said Monday.

Jeffery L. Bruner, 39, of Joplin, is being held without bond in the Jasper County Jail on charges of felony murder and armed criminal action in the shooting death of MSSU offensive line coach Derek Moore. No information about the case is listed online, and it wasn't immediately clear if he had an attorney.

Bruner's recently estranged wife and Moore were at the movie theater together Friday night, Joplin police Lt. Matt Stewart said, but authorities did not release the extent or nature of their relationship. The woman didn't have a protection order in place against Bruner.

As they left the theater, Bruner shot Moore, 37, after a confrontation, Joplin police said in a news release. After Moore fell to the ground, Bruner fired more rounds with a semi-automatic handgun, authorities said. The woman wasn't injured.

After the shooting, Bruner placed his firearm in his vehicle. He then surrendered to bystanders who ordered him to get on the ground until law enforcement arrived, Stewart said.

Moore, meanwhile, was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. An autopsy conducted Sunday in Kansas City showed that Moore died from several gunshot wounds.

The details were released the same day the university held a late afternoon memorial for Moore, who began working at the school over the summer. MSSU Interim President Alan Marble, the athletics director and the head football coach, spoke to a crowd gathered in Corley Auditorium, recalling Moore as happy and charismatic, said university spokeswoman Cassie Mathes. At one point the football team led the crowd in the saying of the Lord's Prayer.

Missouri Southern's homecoming celebration was planned for last Saturday, but Marble called off the festivities and canceled the football game.

"It was too shocking," Mathes said. "It didn't seem to be the right time to have a homecoming, the morning after."

Mathes said the school is working to reschedule the game and that the homecoming queen and king will be recognized at a basketball game next month. There also will be moment of silence for Moore during this Saturday's game against Lindenwood University-Belleville.

Plans also are in the work to create a fund for Moore's 7-year-old son, who lives in Iowa, Mathes said.