Authorities say 38-year-old Jonathan David Perez is in custody after allegedly firing shots at a Maricopa County Sheriff's deputy outside a substation west of Phoenix.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio says the unidentified deputy wasn't injured with the substation's bulletproof doors absorbing the shots Friday afternoon.
Reporters at the scene counted up to six bullet marks in the door's bulletproof glass at the District III substation in Surprise.
Arpaio says the deputy was walking in the door about 4 p.m. when Perez, who is being held on a $250,000 bond, reportedly pulled up in a car and fired multiple shots.
It's unclear if the deputy was targeted and authorities say a possible motive for the shooting isn't immediately known.
Jonathan Perez, MCSO substation shooter from yesterday held in custody on a $250,000 bond.
— Deputy Enriquez (@DeputyEnriquez) May 21, 2016
Arpaio says deputies found other firearms inside the suspect's car after a search.