Glendale police released three photos Wednesday of one of the four men wanted in a drive-by shooting that injured a man who was trying to stop a fight.
Investigators said an altercation involving several people broke out on Jan. 23. One person pulled out a gun during the altercation and the fight came to a halt, but a short time after the first incident four men who were traveling in a white vehicle pulled a weapon on the same subject who was involved in the fight.
At that time, a 35-year-old man intervened and ended up getting shot. He sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
A neighbor in the area said she was outside with her children when she saw the fight break out involving a man.
"He was beating up on a girl, so some of the people from the neighborhood came to try to help her, and in the midst of him helping her is when we heard the gunshots," Marchae McCrey said.
Anyone with information is call the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-3000 or Silent Witness at 480-WITNESS.