YORK COUNTY - The York Police Department arrested a man Saturday night accused of attempted murder.
According to a release from police, officers were dispatched to a call of a man holding a person at gunpoint. The officers arrived at 10 Eighth St. and were met by the father of the suspect, James Gray.
Gray stated his son, identified as Ronald Hunnicutt, had put the weapon away.
Officers cleared the residence in an attempt to locate the suspect. They were unable to find him, and as they left the residence, Hunnicutt walked from the side of the house towards police.
The officers escorted Hunnicutt to a patrol vehicle and searched him for weapons. None were found. Police located the victim, who stated Hunnicutt shot at him.
The victim said he did not get struck by any rounds, and said Hunnicutt shot the weapon over his shoulder.
The victim told police the two got into an argument regarding a bicycle and stolen money.
Police arrested Hunnicutt on charges of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.
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