(KRON) — The San Mateo Police Department arrested a man on Wednesday in connection with a shooting and barfight that happened on April 14, police announced. The shooting victim was grazed with a bullet and suffered just a minor scrape on his ankle.

Police were called to the incident at about 12:58 a.m. on 37th Avenue. After reviewing surveillance video and interviewing witnesses, SNPD concluded that a group of three suspects got into an altercation with two men inside a bar.

One suspect allegedly punched a victim in the face before the fight spilled outside of the bar and one of the suspects got a gun from a car

The suspect then fired one round into the air and several more at the ground, per police. One of the bullets aimed at the ground grazed the victim’s ankle.

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The suspected shooter, 25-year-old Redwood City resident Diego Perez-Pinzon, was arrested early Wednesday morning near his home. He was booked into jail for assault with a firearm, negligent discharge of a firearm, criminal threats, exhibiting a firearm, possession of a firearm by a person on probation, and carrying a loaded firearm.