NEW CASTLE, Pa. (KDKA) – A teenage New Castle male was arrested yesterday in a shooting that police say injured two people.

The New Castle Police Department said they were called to 712 Cumberland Avenue early yesterday evening after reports of shots being fired.

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The police say when they arrived, there were two males arguing outside the house.

The one male, identified as a 17-year-old who lives at the residence allegedly pulled a firearm out of his waistband and began to fire at the second male, an 18-year-old.

Police say the 18-year-old was caught in the leg by a bullet as he ran to a waiting car. They say the driver was grazed by a bullet in the upper rib cage area.

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After investigation, police reported that they found casings and slugs in the area of the shooting. They also say they found a semi-automatic handgun which they believe was reported stolen from Youngstown.

Eric Ritter says this isn’t the first time a shooting like this has happened in the neighborhood.

“I’ve had my house shot three times, actually,” he said. “Bullets went through my house and they’ve actually hit my car once. There’s a church caddie-corner from where I live that has also been hit by the shootings we’ve had in the past.”

The police interviewed witnesses and reviewed video of the incident.

The officers arrested the 17-year-old on charges of criminal attempted homicide, aggravated assault, firearm possession and others.

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They say he’s being held in Lawrence County Jail on a $150,000 bond and that he will be tried as an adult.