By CBS13 Staff

MOUNTAIN HOUSE (CBS13) – A man who was allegedly caught on camera hanging out the back passenger side of a car and shooting at another vehicle in Mountain House has been arrested.

The incident happened early Sunday afternoon near Heritage Drive and Prosperity Street.

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Several people called to report seeing someone with a gun hanging out the window, shooting at another vehicle.

No injuries were ever reported, the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office says.

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Later, detectives were able to identify the alleged gunman as a man named Jerome Ward. Detectives also believe that the shooting stemmed from some sort of domestic violence disturbance.

On Monday, the alleged driver in the incident – 36-year-old Shelvin Walker – was arrested after a traffic stop.

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The next day, Ward was arrested along the 2900 block of Cushing Court in Stockton. He’s now facing charges of assault with a firearm on a person, false imprisonment, criminal threats, violation of probation, being a felon in possession of a weapon, and other gun charges.