Tempe police say a man is facing several charges after allegedly shooting another man in a UPS parking lot on Tuesday morning.
According to police, officers responded to a report of a shooting in the area of McClintock Drive and Apache Boulevard.
Police said Luis Humberto Perez-Gonzales, 29, shot the victim as he was exiting his vehicle following a brief argument.
The victim remains in the hospital and is in stable condition.
Perez-Gonzales then fled the scene in a vehicle and was later located by responding officers.
As officers tried to stop Perez-Gonzales, he wrecked his vehicle in the area of McClintock Drive and Cornell.
Police said Perez-Gonzales bailed from the vehicle and ran on foot before he was eventually detained by officers.
While detained, police say Perez-Gonzales tried to kick a uniformed officer in the head.
He was booked on several charges including endangerment, aggravated assault-deadly weapon, aggravated assault-officer, felony flight, and criminal damage.