A wanted man who was arrested Tuesday morning in south Charlotte appeared in court Wednesday.
A CMPD Violent Criminal Apprehension Team arrested 32-year-old Harold Porter in a house on Bon Rea Drive. He was wanted in connection with the shooting of a man at club at the N.C. Music Factory Monday morning.
"Haven't seen anything like that since doing some work with the Army several years ago," said Mark Schemmer.
Neighbors said they saw nearly a dozen officers on the street.
Schemmer said officers came to his door around 8:30 a.m. and told him they were looking for a suspect in a shooting at Club Label.
They said Porter shot Brian Bentley shortly after the clubs closed Monday morning.
"They thought he was barricaded, holed up in the house next door and suggested I stay at the other end of the house," he said.
Police said after obtaining a warrant for Porter's arrest, they found him out the house in the 3900 block of Bon Rea Drive.
They charged Porter with assault with a deadly weapon.
Porter’s bail was set at $25,000 for that charge. Bail was also set for several other charges against him, including assault on a female, false imprisonment and communicating threats.