UPDATE 10/3/12 @ 3:25 p.m.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A man has been arrested for an incident that happened back on June 21.
Bobby Williams, 33, of Huntington, was arrested this week and charged with wanton endangerment.
According to the criminal complaint, Williams shot a gun toward Tyrell Davis multiple times.
It happened in the 1000 block of Hal Greer Boulevard.
The bullets hit several windows and two doors at a nearby apartment complex.
Police say they were able to obtain a warrant after getting evidence, video from surveillance cameras, and eyewitness accounts.
Williams is being held in the Western Regional Jail and expected to be in court on October 9.
He faces one to five years in prison if convicted.
Huntington Police tell WSAZ.com Tyrell Davis, 24 and Bobby Williams, 33 fired several shots that hit windows and doors of two apartments in 1000 block of Hal Greer Boulevard on June 21.
Both men will be charged with wanton endangerment.
Anyone with information on Davis and Williams' whereabouts is asked to call Huntington Police.
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Huntington police say a shooting call last Thursday night near the 1000 block of Hal Greer Boulevard appeared to be unfounded, but Monday detectives were back at the scene and found shell casings in the area and bullet holes in doors and windows.
No actual victim has been found.
Joseph Pniewski says he was sitting outside his apartment when he watched the incident unfold.
"An individual jumped out of a truck and came running down southbound on Hal Greer,” he said, “and shortly after that we heard gunshots. A young Caucasian boy came running up and turned eastbound on Doulton Avenue, and as he was running he dropped a butcher knife off on the side of the sidewalk. "
Detectives say they’re following up on leads.